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CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #9
Feb 21, 2017
 CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #9 The Union and the Company met Tuesday February 14, 2017, for another day of bargaining. The Company informed the Union that the 2016, “Annual Employee Bonus” will not be paid in 2017, because PIW missed the $1 million dollar revenue mark that triggers the bonus payout.
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 8
Feb 21, 2017
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 8 FEBRUARY 13, 2017 The Union and the Company meet today Monday February 13, 2017. The two sides came to a tentative agreement on a couple of issues, but still have a ways to go with other issues.
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 7
Feb 21, 2017
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 7 The Union and Company resumed bargaining 3 days this week after breaking for the holiday. On Wednesday January 11, 2017, the Union opened the bargaining session by submitting to the company an “information request” which both sides engaged in open and frank discussions concerning various issues.
PIW Bargaining Report #6 Nov.16,2016
Nov 16, 2016
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 6 The Union and the Company met today Wednesday, November 16, 2016 for a second day of contract bargaining. The morning session started with the Union submitting to the Company a proposal on “occupational safety & health”, with the focus of the discussion being on the safety.
PIW Bargaining Report #5 Nov.15,2016
Nov 15, 2016
 CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT # 5 The Union and the Company met Tuesday, November 15, 2016 for the first of a two day bargaining session. The morning bargaining session started with the Union presenting our counter proposal on “discipline”, and presenting our proposal for “job postings & bidding”.
Nurses Raise Safety Concerns
Oct 28, 2016
Earlier this week, DC nurses flyered at the Renaissance Hotel downtown,  just before Drexel University president John Fry was to speak.  Fry is a board member for hospital chain Community Health Systems (CHS), who NNU, which represents the nurses, says has refused to listen to nurses’ concerns about patient care and safety at hospitals around the country.
PIW Bargaining Report #4
Oct 28, 2016
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #4 October 27, 2016 The Union and the company met again today, Thursday, October 27, 2016. In the morning session, PIW responded to CWA’s counter on discipline. CWA spent the remainder of the morning reviewing PIW’s proposals from yesterday.
PIW Bargaining Report #3
Oct 26, 2016
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #3 The Union and the company met today, October 26, 2016. The day was spent exchanging proposals. PIW presented proposals regarding a new attendance plan and substance abuse policy plus revisions to the arbitration procedure.
PIW Bargaining Report #2
Oct 24, 2016
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #2  October 21, 2016 The Union and the Company met on Thursday, October 6, 2016 for a one day bargaining session. The two sides agreed to extend the contract 60 days to allow each side to continue negotiations. In the morning session the negotiating teams reviewed the information that was requested by CWA.
Bargaining Update #1
Sep 22, 2016
CWA/PIW BARGAINING REPORT #1 The Union and the company met Thursday, September 15, 2016, for the first day of bargaining. Much of the first day was spent with the two negotiating teams discussing issues important to each side.
Bargaining Gathering
Sep 19, 2016
Good afternoon Brothers and Sisters: Please join us at PIW's "Mobilization Gathering" on Wednesday Sept. 21, 2016 starting at 6:30am. We will be providing a light breakfast and look forward to speaking with each member during this bargaining process. We will be there throughout the day until 4:30pm.
Bargaining Surveys
Aug 22, 2016
Good day Sisters and Brothers. Just a reminder that the "Bargaining Survey's" that were mailed out 8-15-16, is due back by Monday August 29,2016. Please take the time to complete and return them to the Local office. Let YOUR voice be heard.
2016 Bargaining Survey
Aug 11, 2016
The 2016 Bargaining Survey's will be mailed out to every member at PIW on Friday August 12, 2016. Please take the time to fill out the survey, as this is a way to let your voice be heard in the bargaining process. The survey is to be returned, via return envelope, to the Local by Monday August 29, 2016. Bargaining starts between CWA and PIW on September 14, 2016.
More Hospital Staff Needed
Aug 11, 2016
Mental-health advocates say Maryland desperately needs more hospital staff: The Washington Post/Josh Hicks; photo: Maryland state health worker Catherine Frazier calls on the state to hire more mental-health employees during a news conference in Catonsville, Md., on Aug. 8.
MedStar hack shows risks that come with electronic health records
Apr 04, 2016
           Spurred on by the federal government, hospitals in Maryland have moved quickly in recent years to roll out electronic medical records. The benefits are many. Electronic medical records can help patients avoid unnecessary tests. They help doctors tailor treatment even for patients they are meeting for the first time.
Nurses Urge Council to Pass Legislation to Ensure Hospital Safety:
Dec 22, 2015
Registered nurses earlier this month urged the District of Columbia Council’s Committee on Health and Human Services to promptly pass legislation to ensure that hospitals create plans and take necessary action to protect patients, health care workers, and others from violence in hospitals.
Catholic Health Workers Fighting for a Fair Contract
Aug 20, 2015
Nurses at the St. Joseph Campus of the Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, NY, members of CWA Local 1168, want a fair contract. Negotiations for a new contract covering the 200 nurses got underway with the hospital's parent employer, Catholic Health, on June 29. The current contract expires on Aug. 31.
Patient Protection Act Proposed for DC Hospitals
Apr 14, 2013
Registered nurses joined with District of Columbia Council members and community supporters in a press conference today to announce the introduction of the Patient Protection Act to dramatically improve care in DC hospitals to protect patients.
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Feb 04, 2013
After nearly three years, caregivers at J.B. Johnson Nursing Center in Northwest Washington, DC have finally secured their first contract. The members of SEIU 1199 United Healthcare Workers East voted overwhelmingly to ratify it on January 23rd.
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Oct 29, 2012
In speaking to the company’s representative, it has been determined that PIW will accommodate any employee who reports to work with sleeping arrangements or transportation home if required.


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