March 7th, 2017
Every month in NUHW Pulse, you’ll find stories and videos about NUHW, its members, its work, and its impact on the healthcare industry and the labor movement. We report on the latest developments in our workplaces, from election victories to bargaining updates, and we report on the progress of workers hoping to join our union. In addition, NUHW Pulse gathers and updates all the material we’ve posted to our website over the previous few weeks, so if you’ve missed something, this is a great chance to catch up. Click here for the current edition, or select an issue from the archive below. To submit news, commentaries, or photographs to NUHW Pulse, write to email@example.com.
Click here for the April 2019 issue. Highlights include:
- NUHW members talking about the importance of their work and how organizing with NUHW has helped them stand up for themselves and their patients.
- NUHW-represented mental health clinicians hold a rally in Los Angeles, and a one-day strike in Pasadena where many patients must wait over three months to see their therapists.
- NUHW-represented professionals at Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz agree to a first contract after a year of negotiations.
- San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously pass a resolution calling on Kaiser to achieve “full parity for mental health patients.”
- The Humboldt Del Norte Central Labor Council name NUHW its Union of the Year.
- At rally outside Kaiser’s Oakland HQ, Kaiser literally locks out patients trying to ensure everyone gets better access to mental healthcare.
- Former NUHW steward Andris Skuja receives a major award from the California Psychological Association.
- Providence St. Joseph workers unite with their compatriots at Queen of the Valley Medical Center to show their employer they are committed to fighting for fair contracts.
- Free online CE courses are available to NUHW members. Four courses are already available, and we’ll be expanding our offerings next year.
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