McLaren Flint nurses prepare to strike Nov. 5

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They compete the healthcare facility is not supplying enough ancillary personnel, leaving nurses overextended, and expressed concerns that the healthcare facility is not taking COVID-19 safety procedures seriously..

Kelly Gooch –
Thursday, October 29th, 2020
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The union has actually been bargaining with medical facility management because May.

AFSCME Local 875, which represents about 1,000 nurses at McLaren Flint, told Beckers the union provided a strike notification to McLaren Flint over issues such as staffing and security throughout the pandemic.

McLaren Flint ( Mich.) hospital nurses are set to strike Nov. 5 if a contract is not reached with management, according to the union that represents them..

Editors note: Beckers reached out to the hospital and will publish extra details when readily available.

” We put our health and wellness on the line here at work, exceed and beyond caring for our neighborhood and fret about what we might bring house to our families throughout this pandemic,” AFSCME Council 25 President Lawrence Roehrig and AFSCME Local 875 President Kelly Indish stated through email on behalf of nurses. “Yet McLaren is still ignoring a lot of safety concerns that are putting everybody in the health center and neighborhood at risk.”.

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