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Contract Ratification Vote
After five sessions your bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with Cascade Medical Center.
September 21, 2023
5:30pm to 8:00pm
ABC Room at Cascade
After five sessions your bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with Cascade Medical Center. The contract vote will be held on Thursday, Sept. 21. from 5:30 – 8 p.m. in the ABC room.
Our new three-year contract builds on the recent large wage increases nurses received in February of 2022, provides new pathways to engage in collaboration with education and training, and builds on existing language by adding workplace violence as a standing conference committee topic.
We will have more detailed information ahead of the vote so be sure and watch your email. In order to vote you must be a member in good standing. To check your status, contact a WSNA officer or join today by visiting https://www.wsna.org/membership/application.
Questions? Contact your WSNA nurse representative Shawn Mork at email@example.com.
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If you find yourself in a situation that you believe creates unsafe conditions for patients or for you, you should complete a Staffing Complaint / ADO Form as soon as possible.
By completing the form, you will help make the problem known to management, creating an opportunity for the problem to be addressed. Additionally, you will be documenting the facts, which may be helpful to you later if there is a negative outcome.
WSNA also uses your ADO forms to track the problems occurring in your facility. When you and your coworkers take the important step of filling out an ADO form, you are helping to identify whether there is a pattern of unsafe conditions for you or your patients at your facilities. This information is used by your conference committee, staffing committee, and WSNA labor staff to improve your working conditions.
As a union member, you have the right to have a representative present in any meetings with management that could potentially lead to disciplinary action against you.
If called into a meeting with management, read the following to management when the meeting begins:
If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated, I respectfully request that my union representative be present at this meeting. Without representation present, I choose not to participate in this discussion.
Find out more about this crucial right and how to exercise it to ensure your fair treatment and protection.
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