Sutter Health nurses stage one day strike at 7 hospitals
Original post made on Jul 5, 2012
Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, July 4, 2012, 7:47 AM
on Jul 5, 2012 at 7:52 am
"..on average, full-time RNs earn more than $130,000 annually with the option of choosing either 100 percent employer-paid
benefits or low-cost health benefits with an employer-paid pension plan."
Bet details like these really garner a lot of sympathy from patients negatively impacted by yet another union labor walkout. They don't appear selfish at all....they just want their fair share.
on Jul 5, 2012 at 8:24 am
What the loonberal lefty news source does'nt mention is that Sutter needs to eliminate nurses jobs. Because thats best for the patients. Part of that will be consolidating hospitals and emergeansy wards so that local injuries can be hellicopted across the state to find the best patient-fitted emergeansy ward. If your patriotic flag waving child gets hit by a car, instead of taking him to a "well" staffed local emergeansy treatment center, they call in a hellicopter and then 45-50 minutes later, vooalla, you're kid is at another hospital. This reduces patiant expenses.
on Jul 5, 2012 at 8:27 am
Troll, what have you got against union pilots making a living? Can't all us union ho's get along? After all, we all want the same thing.....more and more of whatever we can get at the expense of those non-union heathens.