MADISON (WKOW) — Demonstrators gathered at James Madison Park and the State Capitol to rally against vaccine mandates issued by hospitals. Many speakers offered up what they call “misinformation” about vaccines and compared the mandates to martial law. Wisconsin Health Care Employees for Medical Freedom organized the rally. One of the people in charge said
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The group is upset Meriter made more than $278 million in profits, but unwilling to give employees additional time off to recover from the pandemic.
UnityPoint Health – Meriter is making a change in its operating rooms in an effort to go green.
After threats of a strike amid ongoing negotiations, UnityPoint Health – Meriter nurses and the hospital system have come to a contract agreement.
The proposal would grant an additional 50 hours of paid time off for each nurse, as well as a 3.7 percent pay increase this year and a 3.8 percent pay increase next year.
UnityPoint Health – Meriter and many of its nurses are sitting down with a federal mediator to avoid a potential strike.
Several Wisconsin lawmakers will gather with nurses on the steps of the Capitol to “express solidarity with the nurses’ fight for a fair contract.”
Nurses at UnityPoint Health – Meriter in Madison informed hospital management Saturday they may go on strike starting Wednesday, March 24 for a new contract with the hospital.
Nurses at UnityPoint Health – Meriter in Madison say they plan to fight for a new contract with the hospital and their bargaining strategy could include a strike.