Nathan Littauer Nurses On Unfair Labor Practice Strike

New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) registered nurse’s, 130 in all, are going on an Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) strike tomorrow, January 6 at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville. This is not an action they take lightly, but with management refusing to bargain in good faith they are ready to take a stand.

The nurses need the support of the public to ensure Nathan Littauer puts patients before profits, and the care of this community ahead of its concern for the corporate bottom line. Please help us take a stand with our NYSNA RNs to win the fair contract they deserve!

Show your support for the registered nurses of Nathan Littauer Hospital who are striking tomorrow!

  • Wed, Jan. 6th | 7 am | Nathan Littauer Hospital
  • Wed, Jan. 6th | 12 pm | Nathan Littauer Hospital
  • Wed, Jan. 6th | 5 pm | Nathan Littauer Hospital

 

Registered nurses have presented contract proposals to management that would raise patient care standards, provide affordable healthcare for caregivers, fair wages and provide a meaningful way to resolve staffing concerns, but instead the 130 RN’s – all members of the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) — have suffered numerous attempts by hospital management to bypass the union. Nurses at Nathan Littauer have faced intimidation and retaliation for union activities and advocacy, continued bad faith bargaining, and unfair labor practices.

In retaliation for the strike the CEO of Nathan Littauer has planned a four day lockout of workers directly following the Unfair Labor Practice strike, unnecessarily keeping experienced and skilled caregivers from their patients.


NYSNA Rn’s will continue to rally each day of the lockout at 12 pm (January 7th-10th). 

The nurses need the support of the public to ensure that Nathan Littauer puts patients before profits, and the care of this community ahead of its concern for the corporate bottom line.
Please help us take a stand with our NYSNA RNs to win the fair contract that they deserve!

In Solidarity,

New York State AFL-CIO

 

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