Sign the Petition: Healthcare For All, Not a Costly Recall

March 26th, 2021

NUHW members pressure Providence to reverse layoffs, preserve birthing center

Several dozen NUHW members at six Providence hospitals along with allies and elected leaders made calls to company executives, urging them to do right by workers and patients. NUHW members at Providence hospitals organized the Day of Action on March 16 in response to a flurry of layoffs and subcontracting moves that threaten to cost […]

March 26th, 2021

NUHW Executive Board sworn in for three-year term

NUHW’s new Executive Board was sworn in Saturday, March 13, and seated for the first meeting of the three-year term. All 22 members were elected by their peers in their workplaces to serve on the board, which sets the union’s agenda and manages its finances. Serving their first terms on the board are Mickey Fitzpatrick, […]

March 26th, 2021

Mental health reform legislation advances in the State Senate

A bill sponsored by NUHW to require Kaiser Permanente and all health plans in California to provide timely follow-up mental health and substance use disorder appointments sailed through its first legislative committee vote on Tuesday. The State Senate’s Health Committee passed SB 221 by a vote of 9-0. The committee’s two Republicans abstained, while every […]

March 26th, 2021

NUHW members help elect to two allies in key special elections

March 26th, 2021

Members at The Sequoias – Portola Valley settle short-term agreement with new employer

NUHW members at The Sequoias – Portola Valley recently ratified a short-term contract that preserves the terms and conditions of their previous contract and sets the stage for future negotiations with their new employer. After decades of being directly employed by The Sequoias, a Bay Area retirement community, these housekeeping and dietary workers learned only […]