NUHW CNA

Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside

Seton Medical Center: 1900 Sullivan Ave, Daly City, CA 94015

Seton Coastside: 600 Marine Blvd, Moss Beach, CA 94038

Members at Daly City’s Seton Medical Center and Moss Beach’s Seton Coastside officially joined NUHW in 2015. Formerly part of the Daughters of Charity Health System, the two facilities are now operated by Verity Health System and New York hedge fund BlueMountain Capital Management.

Organizer:

Laura Watson
(510) 220-4578
lwatson@nuhw.org

Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside LATEST NEWS

A new day for healthcare workers building NUHW

POSTED ON September 3rd, 2012

Tomorrow, a super-majority of workers at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, the flagship hospitals serving Oakland and Berkeley in the San Francisco Bay Area, will submit petitions for an election to leave … keep reading >

We’re standing up, and we’re leaving SEIU

POSTED ON August 31st, 2012

We have great news. Today after SEIU-UHW organizers realized that the vast majority of us have rejected them and are ready to regain our voice in our workplace by joining NUHW, SEIU … keep reading >

SEIU’s bogus ratification votes

POSTED ON May 16th, 2012

Tomorrow, Kaiser workers will begin to vote on SEIU’s disastrous deal with its “partner,” Kaiser Permanente. When Kaiser workers cast their ballots to vote NO to this sell-out agreement, … keep reading >

Our election at Seton Medical Center

POSTED ON March 22nd, 2012

Last night when the labor board counted the ballots in our election between NUHW and SEIU at Seton Medical Center, neither side won a majority. Our election will now go to the … keep reading >

Workers secure Mar 21 election date at Seton Medical Center

POSTED ON February 9th, 2012

650 caregivers at Seton Medical Center in Daly City who petitioned for an election to leave SEIU and to join NUHW secured an election date for March 21 over SEIU’s objections.

“After SEIU’s failed representation and contract takeaways, we are ready to win with NUHW,” said Suad Husary, a Respiratory Therapist at the Medical Center. “We saw how NUHW workers at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital fought off layoffs and won a contract with raises and no concessions. We’re united to do the same at Seton.”

As the collective bargaining agent for Seton employees, SEIU has agreed to major contract concessions, including increases in the cost of workers’ health benefits and a weakening of job security provisions that has resulted in the layoffs of more than 100 Seton caregivers. In the Daughters of Charity Health System as a whole, SEIU’s giveaways have resulted in job losses for more than 300 employees.

SEIU’s concessions at Seton mirror its conciliatory bargaining approach to employers throughout the state.