Some hospital administrators in Minnesota say health care reform’s looming changes are causing some sleepless nights.
The Minnesota Nurses Association says nurses have overwhelmingly approved a contract and averted a strike with 14 hospitals in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
12 thousand nurses are voting today on a tentative contract with 14 Twin Cities hospitals.
Neither side is commenting. But there are hints that union nurses and 14 Twin Cities hospitals are communicating once again, with the threat of a strike next Tuesday morning.
Talks lasted until 1 o’clock this morning. And both sides made changes in their contract demands.
Union nurses and 14 Twin Cities hospitals resume negotiations Tuesday afternoon.
Esme gets the latest on the possible Nurses’ strike. She’s joined by Nellie Munn, an RN from Children’s Hospital and by Hospital Spokesperson Maureen Shriner.
They met for 13 hours but nurses and Twin Cities hospitals failed to reach an agreement on contract issues and this morning the nurses will file a strike notice.
Meeting in a secret location, negotiators for 12,000 nurses and 14 Twin Cities hospitals are resuming talks today with help from a federal mediator.
Thousands of Twin Cities nurses vote Monday on a proposal for another strike, only this one would be open-ended. 12,000 nurses struck 14 hospitals on June 10th, but it didn’t help movement toward a contract settlement. […]
A group of 14 Minnesota hospitals is accepting the offer of the Minnesota Nurses Association to resume talks, but under one condition.
If hospitals agree, talks would resume a day after nurses vote for second strike
Union nurses have asked 14 Twin Cities hospitals to return to the bargaining table and today the hospitals will respond.
Nurses will vote Monday on open-ended strike
A group of 14 Twin Cities hospitals will present their plans for staying open and treating patients during an expected strike by 12,000 nurses.