About 4,400 registered nurses at 10 hospitals in the Bay Area managed by Sutter Health are planning a one-day strike on Wednesday to protest concessions that they say management is demanding.
Not only are Sutter Health and it’s nurses’ union at odds over labor issues, but they can’t agree on the numbers of nurses that took part in a one-day strike.
More than 4,000 registered nurses at 10 Sutter Health hospitals in Northern California are walking off the job in Tuesday’s May Day protests.
The hospital at San Quentin State Prison may provide state-of-the-art care for inmates. But CBS 5 has uncovered a security lapse that may be putting nurses at risk.
Workers at Kaiser Permanente facilities throughout California have gone on strike over contract disputes involving Kaiser’s mental health and optical employees.
Kaiser Permanente workers throughout Northern California said Monday that they will stage a one-day strike on Tuesday in a dispute over a new contract for mental health and optical employees.
Thousands of nurses walked out on Thursday and will not be allowed to return until Saturday.
Some 4,000 nurses went on strike at 7 a.m. Thursday—and planned to strike a full 24 hours—to protest concessions management is seeking in five contracts, according to the California Nurses Association.
About 4,000 registered nurses plan to stage a one-day strike at eight Bay Area hospitals on Thursday to protest concessions that Sutter Health management is seeking.
A female nurse was attacked by a patient Friday at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland.