Progress Is Still Slow In Talks With ARH & Nurses

Progress is still slow in talks between Appalachian Regional Healthcare and striking nurses.

The two sides met with West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin Monday.

Leaders with the Catholic Committee of Appalachia are planning to release an open letter addressing the strike.

They say they will ask for bargaining to continue in hopes of finding a good contract for both sides.


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  • by mad as hell Location: mcdowell on Dec 11, 2007 at 07:46 PM
    NOW PEOPLE GET REAL; JERRY HAYNES HAS INVESTED TOO MUCH MONEY IN BUSTING THE UNION TO LET RNS GO BACK TO WORK UNDER ANY CONTRACT. HE WONT GIVE ANY REGARD TO ANYTHING ANYONE PROPOSES OTHER THAN NO UNION. THIS WAS THE PLAN IN THE BEGINNING AND IT WILL BE THE PLAN IN THE END. HE WILL HAVE HIS WAY; NO MATTER WHO OR WHAT HE DESTROYS IN THE PROCESS. DONT FORGET THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAVE TO BE BACKING HIM AND ALL HIS DIRTY DEEDS OR THEY WOULD HAVE REPLACED HIM. ARH NO LONGER STANDS FOR INTEGRITY OR COMPASSION, THEY ARE NOT LOYAL TO ANYONE INCLUDING THEIR PUPPET MANAGERS, THIS THEY WILL ALL SEE. I HAVE MOVED ON AND BELIEVE ME THERE IS BETTER JOBS THAN ARH; LOYAL EMPLOYERS; PEOPLE WHO TREAT YOU WITH RESPECT AND DIGNITY WE DESERVE.

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