September 2nd, 2013

To All NUHW Members and Supporters

We want to take this opportunity to extend our greetings to you on this Labor Day weekend. This is our 5th Labor Day since our members decided to take back their union and create a truly democratic and member-led organization! We’ve already made history and so much more is yet to come. Your efforts and […]

March 12th, 2012

Congratulations to NUHW’s new Executive Board

NUHW Executive Board joined by Gary Allen, General Vice President, IAMNUHW Board Members Sal Rosselli, PresidentJohn Borsos, Secretary-Treasurer Vice Presidents LaNeta Fitzhugh, Kaiser LAMCMichael Beshears, Kaiser LAMCDanilo Mendoza, Kaiser LAMCEloise Reese-Burns, CottonwoodHelen York-Jones, Sutter CPMCPorfirio Quintano, Sutter CPMCRodney Dyson, Doctors Medical Center San PabloTurusew Gedebu-Wilson, Kaiser HCPMaria Padilla-Castro, Kaiser IBHSClem Papazian, Kaiser IBHSSpencer Gross, Kaiser […]

February 7th, 2012

Workers at Sequoias Portola Valley reject management’s proposal 47-5

NUHW members at The Sequoias Portola Valley rejected management’s contract proposals by a vote of 47 to 5, and demanded that their employer, Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services (NCPHS), come back to the table and bargain a fair and equitable contract. Workers rejected a “last, best and final” offer from NCPHS that included cuts […]

December 21st, 2010

Workers at The Sequoias Picket for a Fair Contract

Workers at The Sequoias retirement community in Portola Valley braved the bad weather last week and picketed their employer for refusing to bargain fairly toward a decent contract. Workers at The Sequoias have been bargaining with management for over a year, aiming to settle a contract with no healthcare benefit cost increases and with reasonable annual wage improvements. […]

December 10th, 2010

Sequoias caregivers take action for dignity and respect this holiday season

This holiday season, the caregivers at The Sequoias Portola Valley shared a special message with the patients and families served by their facility. Dressed in festive holiday hats, the caregivers distributed greeting cards and shared their efforts to win dignity and respect in the form of a fair and just contract.