smoke over fire 3,265 Views
Joined Apr 21, '05.
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No. And for good reasons. Many many options have been exhausted to get to a strike. The nurses at these hospitals have struggled with their administration to ensure safe ratios and a voice in patient care. To maintain a professional environment to work that is based on evidence not just monetary factors.
Those nurses had to tell their families they would not go to work and sacrificed that day's pay because they stood up for their profession. It is a difficult position and not easily made.
In an ideal world all nurses would empathize with the solemn occasion of a strike.
Nice letter but as it has been said, no administrator is going to give you a voice. You need to organize your coworkers to speak up and either join a union or form your own.
It's the only way to get them to listen to the people who do the work.
The people who built your hospital will have a contract and with it more power than those taking care of the sick inside.
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