Bargaining and the Professional Nurse

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A nurse manager is concerned about a competing hospital in town that is publically hearing a lot about collective bargaining and the steps that the nurses have been taking to start a union. The nurse manager’s organization is aggressively providing in-depth education to all employees about collective bargaining in order to answer numerous questions that have arisen recently.

1. What are reasons that nurses want to join a union?

2. What are the reasons that nurses do not want to join a union?

3. What are the common union organizing strategies? 

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      A nurse manager is concerned about a competing hospital in town that is publically hearing a lot about collective bargaining and the steps that the nurses have been taking to start a union. The nurse …

    • A nurse manager is concerned about a competing hospital in town that is publically hearing a lot about collective bargaining and the steps that the nurses have been taking to start a union. The nurse …