Saint Agnes Medical Center Fresno California says "GO AWAY CNA" - page 2
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Nurses and non nursing staff feel the pain as an ongoing organizing effort by the California Nurses Association drives a stake in the morale of the medical center. Daily harassment by union organizers as well as uninvited and... Read More
- 0Mar 10, '09 by Nancy2Quote from laborerDid I pull your chain......or the truth hurts Nancy ? redpinkhe:redpinkhe
Doesn't hurt me...hurts CNAredpinkheredpinkhe
- 2Mar 10, '09 by RNJanet"laborer" is oblivious to the lies s/he perpetuates for the CNA. I guess ol' Teamsters like Rose Ann really know how to indoctrinate their organizers.
Here's another side of the Saint Agnes story from a real RN -- not a union organizer.
From the Fresno Bee:
'Total lack of respect'
Sunday, Mar. 08, 2009
The California Nurses Association (CNA) is back trying to "infect" the nurses.
Last May, the nurses at Saint Agnes Medical Center spoke and gave the CNA its biggest defeat ever -- 94% of the nurses went to the polls, the results were 452 no, 327 yes.
Since May, the CNA has dragged this decision through the courts, and ﬁnally, because of a technicality, a judge overturned the vote.
Now we are getting ready for another election March 11 and 12.
The CNA prides itself on being a "nurses' advocate"! So why did they not listen to us? This shows a total lack of respect for the nurses' voice! I can't even imagine having to deal with them on a daily basis. I keep thinking that maybe it is not our best interest, but our money that they are after (a full-time nurse would pay almost $100 a month in dues!).
Let's give them another dose of "no" medicine, so they will ﬁnally stay away!
Inge Schlegel, R.N.
- 2Mar 10, '09 by nicurn001Quote from RNJanetWhilst you may not like the CNA , who do you think will represent your best interest . The union or your Benevolent employer ?."The CNA prides itself on being a "nurses' advocate"! So why did they not listen to us? This shows a total lack of respect for the nurses' voice! I can't even imagine having to deal with them on a daily basis. I keep thinking that maybe it is not our best interest, but our money that they are after (a full-time nurse would pay almost $100 a month in dues!).
My employer has shown , through their behaviour ,whose best interest they are concerned with . Recently ,they wanted to cut our benefits , The union said NO , result my benefits untouched , non union facilities had the cuts implemented . We rejected the union on our first vote , but in the time between votes , our management harassed the staff so much and didn't match what we would have got had we joined the union on the first vote , we voted the union in on the second vote .
- 0Mar 10, '09 by laborerEmployee Free Choice Act introduced to Congress today.Lies still abound and who's around? http://crooksandliars.com/tags/employee-free-choice-act