RNs at Children's OK 3-Year Contract

Thursday, June 26, 2014

(Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO)

Nurses at Children’s National Medical Center voted to accept a new contract. The 3-year deal “provides additional benefits for members without any losses from the previous agreement,” said District of Columbia Nurses Association’s (DCNA), the nurses’ union. “DCNA worked hard to ensure a fair contract with management, including job protections and competitive salaries,” said Sandra Falwell, Chief Negotiator and Chairperson of the DCNA/Children’s bargaining unit, and a registered nurse who has worked for the hospital for nearly 40 years. “Our leadership at Children’s Hospital remains committed to safe patient care, good working conditions and a fair and honest contract,” added Edward J. Smith, DCNA’s Acting Executive Director. 


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