Red Cross nurses approve contract

Serwach, Joseph
September 1996
Crain's Detroit Business;09/30/96, Vol. 12 Issue 40, p12
Reports that following several weeks of negotiations, unionized nurses for the American Red Cross' Southeast Michigan chapter, agreed to a three-year contract by a 104-7 vote. What the nurses were asked to do during negotiations; Provisions of the agreement; Statements from Laura Johnstone, the union's communications coordinator.


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