Grand Haven, MI – The NLRB issued a series of charges against Trinity Health for its illegal anti-worker actions at the Grand Haven Hospital, and
A changing healthcare industry
The healthcare industry has changed as large healthcare giants buy up small local hospitals, threaten access to care and services, lower job standards, and focus on the bottom line, rather than caring for our communities. Nurses and workers from all departments come together through SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania to stand up for patients and advocate for the good jobs and quality care we need.
Hospital workers are demanding changes
Hospital workers across Michigan are calling for the changes our community needs to thrive. Nurses, techs, cleaners, dietary, and ALL support staff are crucial for providing quality patient care and keeping our hospitals up and running.
During the pandemic, hospital workers persevered through mental and physical exhaustion, stress, and trauma to protect and care for our patients, but the toll of the past few years has pushed many of us to the limit. We are proud of how hard we continue to work to care for our community. Now, it’s time for our elected leaders to take action and ensure healthcare workers like us have what we need to be successful.
We cannot do it alone. We need community leaders to respect, protect, and support our work by investing in: quality healthcare for patients; healthcare workers; and our community. We’re calling on our elected officials and other community leaders in our state to recognize the sacrifices we made and fix broken policies that fail to respect and protect workers.
A recent survey highlights the severe short-staffing and retention challenges at the hospital Press conference providing updates on the contract campaign of 400 McLaren Bay
In a crushing defeat, the NLRB tosses out and fully dismisses Trinity’s attempt to overturn the Grand Haven union election.
A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board in DC has confirmed SEIU Healthcare Michigan represents its bargaining unit at Trinity Grand Haven and that
A majority of Trinity employees represented by SEIU Healthcare Michigan voted overwhelmingly YES to remain represented by their Union. The vote count was 89 to
Wrongfully-Terminated Trinity Health Workers to Testify at Federal Labor Board Hearing, Call Out Anti-Union Retaliation
Trinity clinic workers fired after helping organize union are fighting to be returned to their jobs Federal officials will conduct a hearing on workers’ charges
McLaren Bay Nurses Kick off ‘Safe Staffing September’ by Demanding Investments in Staffing and Patient Care
Press conference announcing ‘Safe Staffing September’ ahead of McLaren Bay RN contract negotiations Thursday, September 7th at 9am at the Uptown Park at 100 S