Registered nurses at Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday welcomed the National Labor Relations Board’s decision to move forward with a complaint against the hospital citing numerous alleged labor violations. “By moving this complaint forward the NLRB is sending a message to Johns Hopkins that they cannot disregard nurses’ right to organize,” said Oncology RN Kim Henriquez, a member of National Nurses United (NNU). “We want Johns Hopkins Hospital to live up to its reputation for quality care. To do that, they must listen to the bedside nurses, and stop wasting millions of dollars on anti union consultants.” The NLRB’s regional office has scheduled a hearing in Baltimore on March 6. Read more here
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