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Prime Healthcare Services unlawfully stopped nurses' anniversary raises, court rules

https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/legal-regulatory-issues/prime-healthcare-unlawfully-stopped-nurses-anniversary-raises-court-rules.html

A federal appeals court ruled that Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare Services violated the National Labor Relations Act when it canceled anniversary raises for unionized nurses, according to a  346 more words

Supreme Court Deals a Blow to Workers by TERRI GERSTEIN and SHARON BLOCK


By Bhavesh Patil

Employees who are underpaid, harassed or discriminated against have been left to press their cases alone in arbitration.

Published: May 21, 2018 at 05:30AM

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Supreme Court Deals a Blow to Workers

Employees who are underpaid, harassed or discriminated against have been left to press their cases alone in arbitration.

Published: May 21, 2018 at 05:30AM

Opinion By TERRI GERSTEIN and SHARON BLOCK… 66 more words

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What’s an Impasse Between Friends?

By Matthew Dunleavy

Okay, fair enough, the title of this post is a little disingenuous. First of all, President Rhonda Lenton and the York Board of Governors are anything but “friendly” to CUPE 3903 ( 1,390 more words

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A Member's Response to the Kaplan Report

This has been adapted with permission from a Twitter thread by Billy Markham. The original can be found here.

For the sake of simplicity, let’s leave aside the absolutely ridiculous gap in logic that informs Kaplan’s report (“York didn’t bargain because the sides are too far apart/the union is too democratic and, look, the strike happened so they were totally right”). 960 more words

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Bargaining for Progress: presentations to seminar on collective bargaining

Unite held a seminar on collective bargaining – Bargaining for Progress – in Dublin on May 10th.  Click here to download the presentation given by Congress General Secretary Patricia King. 66 more words

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Remarks delivered at Unite seminar on collective bargaining

May 10th: Giving the closing keynote at today’s seminar on collective bargaining organised by Unite the Union, Congress General Secretary Patricia King said: 

“There is a clear and direct causal link between low pay, deepening inequality and the absence of Collective Bargaining rights for workers in this State. 833 more words

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