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To be, or not to be, that is the question. - page 2

My place of employment has a very aggressive union trying to get the workers to unionize. The mud slinging between the hospital and the union reps has become overwhelming. Its starting to look like... Read More

  1. Visit  nicurn001 profile page
    #13 3
    Why not work to get the union you prefer , our employer had enterred an agreement with a union , we nurses looked at this decided we did not wish to join a non specific union , contacted a RN only union , they took the necessary steps to get upon an election and we voted them in.
  2. Visit  PennyWise profile page
    #14 1
    Quote from nicurn001
    Why not work to get the union you prefer , our employer had enterred an agreement with a union , we nurses looked at this decided we did not wish to join a non specific union , contacted a RN only union , they took the necessary steps to get upon an election and we voted them in.
    That is a much better option IMO. Im not familiar with how to get the ball rolling on doing it though.

    We all float down here.
  3. Visit  GitanoRN profile page
    #15 1
    make sure that you to read before you sign....aloha~
    Last edit by GitanoRN on Jun 6, '12
  4. Visit  nicurn001 profile page
    #16 2
    Look at the states nursing associations , to see if they do collective bargaining or look at the NNU site , which I believe has links re. organizing .

    I can't swim so I don't float .

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