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- Mar 28 by lkulmannQuote from ked20Hahaaaaaaa! Woooohooooo! Man that must a felt goodIn my state, Massachusetts, our nurses association fought and won a ban on mandatory overtime for nurses. It was sweet telling my non-nurse manager she could no longer schedule cases for me to sedate after my scheduled hours!
- Mar 29 by Esme12Quote from ked20The MNA also made assaulting a nurse illegal. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...-89635837.htmlIn my state, Massachusetts, our nurses association fought and won a ban on mandatory overtime for nurses. It was sweet telling my non-nurse manager she could no longer schedule cases for me to sedate after my scheduled hours!
- Mar 29 by multi10sneeds, Norma Rae was on last night and I happened upon it by accident. It is so relevant, especially in these times. When she stood on that table near the end, holding her hand-writted sign "UNION" it was a moving and powerful scene. Remarkable film.
- Apr 27 by FerRNI think in theory, nursing unions are great. I feel that they are key in pushing important things like patient ratios into public spotlight.
However, I feel that in my hospital's case, there are a lot of trouble makers. I have no problem with our medical benefits. I have had much worse, and our plan is pretty good, yet the union has made a big stink of it. Our education benefits are amazing, 10k a year, what more could you ask for? I also feel that the facilitate a poor work environment. I am acquainted with a few shop stewards, and I find a lot of their work ethic questionable. One of them is a holy terror, and gives new meaning to the word bully. The other never gets off her ass the entire shift. All of this makes me not want to be a member, unfortunately, I was told that in this city, there is legislation that if I benefit from the union, I must join.