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Healthcare Workers in Hollister Reject Raid Attempt and Stick with SEIU HOLLISTER, Calif., June 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- SEIU UHW healthcare workers at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in Hollister, Calif., voted decisively to stay in SEIU UHW.
OAKLAND, Calif., April 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued a temporary restraining order ("TRO") against the former leaders of SEIU UHW and their new union, NUHW.
Evidence reveals that Sal Rosselli and ousted officers of UHW engaged in pattern to weaken local union and sabotage bargaining while still serving as officers and employees, despite fiduciary duties OAKLAND, Calif., March 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Trustees of SEIU United Healthcare West (UHW) today filed suit in US District Court in the Northern District of California against Sal Rosselli and other disgraced former officers of the local union for their attempts to sabotage UHW's...
Report Confirms UHW Engagement in Financial Malpractice, Lays Out Recommendations to Protect Members and Offers Opportunity for UHW and SEIU to Work Together for Change WASHINGTON, Jan.
By Greg Tindle A&E doctors at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales are hitting targets to treat casualty patients within four hours for the first time.
By Greg Tindle A MAJOR plan to tackle A&E waiting times at the University Hospital of Wales has been unveiled, as latest figures showed patients there still face the longest waits in Wales.
By Madeleine Brindley Health Editor PATIENTS at the flagship University Hospital of Wales are continuing to wait hours in A&E. Official figures reveal that Cardiff and Vale NHS Trustw as Wales' worst performing against tough four and eight-hour targets.
THE chairman of the University Hospital of Wales' radio station, Radio Glamorgan, has retired. Simon Field, a British Telecom manager who has chaired the Cardiff hospital's radio station for 16 years, handed over the reins to new chairman Clare Sinclair.
By Madeleine Brindley Health Editor FRESH concerns about cleanliness in some of Wales' largest hospitals have been raised by a health service watchdog.
By Clare Griffiths I WANTED to say a sincere thank-you to all those I have encountered while having my baby, who have been absolutely fantastic in providing help and support.