NUHW CNA

Salinas Valley
Memorial Hospital

450 E Romie Lane, Salinas, CA 93901

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital is an acute care facility operated by a public district hospital in Monterey County, California. Salinas caregivers voted to join NUHW in 2010.

Organizer:

Grant Hill
(831) 521-8493
ghill@nuhw.org

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Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital LATEST NEWS

In The News: Workers to File Lawsuit Against Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital

POSTED ON December 21st, 2010

Last week, NUHW members filed Unfair Labor Practice charges against Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital for refusing to bargain in good faith over proposed layoffs.  NUHW is also preparing a lawsuit against the … keep reading >

NUHW Members File Charges Against Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, Prepare to File Lawsuit on Layoffs

POSTED ON December 20th, 2010

Last Thursday, NUHW members at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital filed Unfair Labor Practice charges with the Public Employment Relations Board against their employer for refusal to bargain over approximately 100 proposed layoffs. Union … keep reading >

“A Real Grinch”: NUHW Caregivers Fight Mass Layoffs at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital

POSTED ON December 17th, 2010

Photo by Conner Jay, The Californian From The Californian:  In candlelight, Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital employees protest layoffs By Kimber Solana Maria Rodriguez held a candle close to her as she … keep reading >

In The News: Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital workers to protest today over layoffs

POSTED ON December 16th, 2010

By Jim JohnsonMonterey County Herald National Union of Healthcare Workers members said they will hold a candlelight vigil at 5 p.m. at the hospital’s main entrance on East Romie Lane in Salinas. … keep reading >

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Workers to Fight Illegal Layoffs

POSTED ON December 15th, 2010

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital is trying to force layoffs on approximately 100 caregivers, even though the hospital’s 4.8% operating profit margin is more than double the California average of 2%, and over the last … keep reading >