Dear SEIU Local 121RN Members, Tuesday, October 9th, our Executive Board (made up of your colleagues chosen by you to represent Union members at each of our hospitals) selected our new Executive Director, who will work with me and the …
SEIU Local 121RN Members, please see the message below from Pacifica’s SEIU 121RN Chapter President Amina Mohammed (Med/Surg 3M)… Dear colleagues: Some of you may have heard that Pacifica management will delay our next paycheck by one additional day. We …
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Our Union and Pacifica Hospital of the Valley management have agreed to extend our Collective Bargaining Agreement until Sept. 1, 2018. This extension is to give both parties additional time “to engage in meaningful discussion and share information to facilitate effective bargaining over a new CBA.”
Let’s celebrate National Nurses Week by ensuring that patients and nurses are protected from unsafe and illegal assignments.
The hospital’s finances continue to be a problem, and the hospital is seven months behind in remitting Union dues to SEIU 121RN. Uncertainties in Federal funding of indigent care is keeping the hospital in flux. Our 121RN Bargaining Team signed another six-month extension to our Union contract in the hopes that the hospital can get through some of its financial difficulties before we negotiate a new contract. Our contract is now effective through Aug. 31, 2017.
Pacifica Hospital of the Valley continues in a state of financial instability. In the past year and a half, the hospital has been late in remitting Union dues collected from RN paychecks to SEIU 121RN, as well as late paying the premiums for our dental, vision and life insurance plans. Despite our Union’s best efforts, it has been a challenge to understand the full extent of Pacifica’s financial issues.
On Aug. 8, 2016, our SEIU 121RN Bargaining Team conducted an advisory vote to see if there was member support of extending our current contract with Pacifica Hospital of the Valley management. Due to the hospital’s financial struggles, our team felt it may be in members’ best interest to extend the contract and give Pacifica management a chance to get back on their feet.
Our Bargaining Team has begun preparations to negotiate our next Union contract with management. Come meet the members of our team, and find out what members said in bargaining surveys should be our top priorities.
During National Nurses Week May 6 to 12, we celebrated our role in ensuring the delivery of quality patient care.
Help us celebrate National Nurses Week with a special get-together and gifts for members!
Our Pacifica Hospital of the Valley Bargaining Team will work hard to preserve the benefits we’ve previously won, and will propose new improvements in our wages, benefits and working conditions during negotiations with hospital management. Bargaining surveys are next. These will determine RN priorities, so be sure to complete one when it comes your way! More to follow soon.
Help us celebrate National Nurses Week with a special get-together and gift for members!
Congratulations to our new Pacifica Hospital of the Valley Chapter Officers! Only one candidate was nominated for each of the Chapter Officer positions listed below, so these are our new Officers. Officers will work hard to ensure that our Union contract is followed and that we are informed of and involved in what’s happening at the localwide level of our Union.
Now accepting nominations for SEIU 121RN Chapter Officers! Nomination petitions are due by March 12, so start getting your required signatures now. Return to a Union Steward or to our Union Representative.
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RNs at Pacifica Hospital of the Valley in Sun Valley ratified their new contract with management nearly unanimously on Feb. 12, 2014. Only one RN voted no on the contract. In addition to reaching agreement for much-needed and long-awaited across-the-board wage increases, RNs were also able to protect their staffing language.
Contract Includes 11% Raise Over 3 Years! 4% wage raise retroactive to September 2013; 3% on June 1, 2014; and 4% on June 1, 2015. Achievement of financial benchmarks will restore some bankruptcy takeaways Streamlined grievance procedure Experienced new hires …