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December 8th, 2014

Labor Notes: The logic of short hospital strikes

NUHW President Sal Rosselli and NUHW IBHS rank-and-file president Clement Papazian were interviewed for Labor Notes’ story on the logic of short strikes in the hospital industry. Click here to read the story. 


December 8th, 2014

Our 2014 Leadership Conference was a success!

NUHW members gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn in Emeryville on October 11 for our second annual Leadership Conference. It was a chance to look back at the union’s accomplishments over the past year and to look ahead to new challenges in the coming year. Videos and slideshow below. With two hundred NUHW members in […]


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October 17th, 2014

The Ebola Crisis: resources for healthcare workers

In light of the potential threat posed to our nation’s healthcare workers by the Ebola virus, NUHW has sent information requests to employers, demanding to know the policies and procedures they have in place, and the safety precautions and training they are providing for their employees. The situation calls for a comprehensive response; all healthcare […]


September 23rd, 2014

Report on the National Strategy Conference for the Labor Campaign for Single-Payer Healthcare

NUHW members and staffers attended the National Strategy Conference for the Labor Campaign for Single-Payer Healthcare August 22-24 in Oakland. NUHW President Sal Rosselli, along with other Bay Area labor leaders, gave a welcoming address Friday evening. The conference brought together more than three hundred activists representing three groups who are working towards health justice […]


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August 12th, 2014

SEIU and the California Hospital Association: How NOT to save the labor movement

This story was originally published at BeyondChron.com. By Cal Winslow The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) thrives on the big splash. It is almost clocklike in the regularity with which it proclaims its latest plans to revolutionize labor relations and save the labor movement. So here we go again. Its most recent plan rises from […]