Norton Healthcare loses case to nurses

  1. An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Louisville-based Norton Healthcare must promote two nurses, offer a job to a former nurse and pay thousands of dollars in back pay to all three.

    Louisville Courier-Journal, March 25, 2003
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  4. by   BBFRN
    Norton's Hospitals suck big time. They fired these nurses for passing out union info in the break room. The pretense for firing one of them was because she flushed an IV without a Dr.'s order. They've gone so far as to implement their own "agency" in order to fill slots in their hospitals, and they continue to treat their nurses like crap. Would never, ever work for them.
  5. by   sjoe
    I just wonder whether the CEO of that company has the first name "Ed."
  6. by   911fltrn
    No his name is probably Richard which we all know the nickname = D_ _ _ P.S. As you can probably tell I have very low regard for 95% of manangement. I have only had one manager since i got out of the Marines that knew anything about leadership.