Group home and day program members of the New England Health Care Employees Union, SEIU 1199NE, agreed to new contracts at six agencies in recent days, ending a weekslong strike
“As a union home care worker, I feel that our pain must be heard, our struggles understood, and that those in leadership must take all actions necessary to make sure
Union nursing home workers at Icare facilities agreed to a new contract that sets a historic $20 per hour minimum wage for certified nursing assistants and $30 per hour for
Governor Ned Lamont’s economic proposal in a recent letter to the Union from OPM Secretary Melissa McCaw clearly falls short of the allocation of resources necessary to both lift nursing
More than 600 workers at six nursing homes in Connecticut will join the strike line on May 28 at 6:00 AM. The six nursing homes that received strike notifications today
Nursing home workers lined the steps of the Capitol on Wednesday, demanding PPE. They say their companies are not providing enough of it and want the state to step in.
Listen to this morning’s edition of “Where We Live” on WNPR featuring #SEIU1199 President Rob Baril and Licensed Practical Nurse Rhoda Lawrence. #ProtectAllWorkers #CaregiversCount #GetUsPPE