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Countering the Chant of Mandated Nurse-to-Patient Ratios

by Lori King, DNP, RN, APRN-BC The threat of labor strikes in health care surged in 2019. National Nurses United (NNU) is calling unit after unit of nurses out on the picket line, chanting for mandated nurse-to-patient ratios in contracts. A New York Times press...

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Labor Relations Insight

Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson The Iceberg of Ignorance In the last month we’ve had the opportunity to conduct a number of assessment projects. This is some of the most rewarding work we do. It is truly Left of Boom work where a client proactively tries to identify employee relations...

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Union Bailout Update

Union Bailout Update

At the end of September the Senate confirmed Eugene Scalia as the new Labor Secretary. The son of deceased Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia was confirmed by a vote of 53-44, along party lines. The National Labor Relations Board set a 2022 goal of reducing its case...

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UAW Strike

Voting in the UAW strike is a mixed bag so far, with union locals are voting on separate days. Thus far, the Warren Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, a metal stamping plant in Saginaw, Michigan, and a transmission plant in Toledo, Ohio all approved the deal....

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Union Corruption

Union Corruption

We just celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959. That is the piece of legislation that mandates union financial transparency — just where all did union member dues go this year? We can thank the LMRDA for informing...

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It’s All Academic

It’s All Academic

The Chicago teachers strike has entered its second week, with Elizabeth Warren joining the front lines. Also, the NLRB extended the time frame for submitting comments on whether or not graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants qualify as “employees” under the...

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