Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Bemidji Nurses Have A Deal

Bemidji nurses have formally approved a contract offer from Sanford Bemidji Hospital, ending nearly six months of contract negotiations that included informational picketing and a strike vote.

The current contract between the hospital and 230 nurses represented by The Minnesota Nurses Association expired on February 28, 2011, and negotiations have been ongoing since early April. Nurses voted overwhelmingly on July 28 to reject Sanford’s “final” contract offer, instead authorizing bargaining team leaders to call for a strike. The ratification vote means a strike will be averted

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