AFT members from Connecticut and New Jersey met last week with OSHA to talk about the need for a workplace violence standard following the release of a GAO report showing higher rates of workplace violence against healthcare professionals. #IWMD16More
Some agreements were made during negotiations on 3/21. Attached you will find a link to the proposals put forth (this includes counterproposals by the hospital) as well as a short summary of the meeting itself. Please take the time to review the information. Remember, to view the information click on the links below ending in .pdf. Share it with your coworkers. The Next Negotiation Days are Crucial. March 27, 2017 has been added beginning at 9am-3pm at the Ethan Allen. We also have Negotiations March 28 and 29 beginning at 9am with no end time at the Ethan Allen Hotel.
Here are the 4th set of proposals from Unit 47. You will also find a counter proposal from the hospital in regards to the Labor Management Committee. Please take the time to read through the proposals and review previous proposals. Remember you do not need to log in just click the links ending in .pdf.
Here are the proposals that were brought forward today by Unit 47 as well as the Hospital. Please take the time to review the proposals as well as the previous proposals.
Here are the additonal proposals brought forward on February 22 by Unit 47. No additional proposals were put forth by the hospital at this time.
Attached you will find copies of both Unit 47's initial proposals as well as Danbury Hospital's proposals. Please remember these can change at any time and these are just the beginning for both sides.
January 11, 2017
Much of the recent attention on the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has focused on the fate of the 22.5 million people likely to lose insurance through a repeal of Medicaid expansion and the loss of protections and subsidies in the individual insurance market. Overlooked in the declarations of who stands to lose under plans to “repeal and replace” the ACA are those enrolled in employer-sponsored health plans — the primary source of coverage for people under 65.