With increasing volume, hospital administrators across Washington have joined health care workers and the unions that represent them in calling attention to the unprecedented staffing crisis.
We seek a Communications Specialist to help develop and implement the union’s communications plan to support member organizing, bargaining, legislative and political engagement.
Backed by widespread community support, the unit of 650 nurses won an agreement that includes a voice in staffing decisions, better wages, and seniority recognition.
The reality cannot be overstated: Washington hospitals are on the brink of a crisis, and without immediate and impactful action to retain and attract critical workers the state’s health care system could face an unprecedented collapse in capacity and care.
Kadlec Regional Medical Center healthcare workers who are members of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW will hold a press conference Thursday to announce the date of their planned informational picket and share their concerns about patient care at Kadlec.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug. 13, 2021 CONTACT: Amy Clark 425-306-2061 email@example.com LABOR SECRETARY WALSH HOLDS LISTENING SESSION WITH CASCADE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH WORKERS Unsafe working conditions, patient safety top the agenda TUKWILA-- Secretary of Labor Martin...