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Members of the Minnesota Nurses Association will decide whether to strike following what they see as a lack of action from hospital executives during contract negotiations.
A second Mayo Clinic in Minnesota has had nurses decertify themselves from union representation in the span of a week, this time, nurses at Mayo Clinic Health System in St. James.
After 70-plus years of being unionized, nurses at the Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato voted to break away from the Minnesota Nurses Association Union on Monday with a 213-181 vote tally.
The National Labor Relations Board tallied mail-in ballots Thursday morning and reported 238 of 264 workers for Planned Parenthood North Central States voted in favor of unionizing with SEIU.

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Nurses at Mayo Clinic, Mankato, seeking to decertify their membership with the Minnesota Nurses Association, have a date set for their vote later this month
A group of nurses at the Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato are looking to break away from the current union that represents them, the Minnesota Nurses Association.
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Starbucks Workers United, an affiliate of Service Employees International Union, sent out a statement on Wednesday evening saying the hourly Starbucks coffee shop workers by Rochester’s Apache Mall want to unionize.
On May 26, workers with North Central States Planned Parenthood announced that they have formally filed for election to unionize with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) for healthcare workers.
5 decades later, teachers are once again on the picket lines.
More than 650 lawyers and legal support staff with the Teamsters Local 320 have been negotiating a contract with the state’s Board of Public Defense for the past six months.

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The 43-page report also pushes the Labor Department to ensure workers, who allege retaliation when engaged in organizing, receive full protection and prevent the misclassification of workers as independent contractors — a long-running battle with so-called "gig economy" workers.
'Human capital management,' or HCM, has come to cover both traditional personnel issues like recruiting and skills development, and broader subjects like workforce diversity and pay that are part of an increased global focus on inequality fueled by the COVID pandemic.

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