Nurses Union, Mills-Peninsula Reach Tentative Agreement
On Tuesday, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United and Mills-Peninsula Health Services reached a tentative three-year agreement on a new contract for about 750 registered nurses. The groups did not release terms of the deal, but the union said the agreement involves the hospital withdrawing more than three dozen reductions in patient care protections, economic and contract standards and staffing improvements. A vote to ratify the deal will be held next week.
- "Nurses Have Tentative Agreement With Sutter's Mills-Peninsula Health Services" (Robertson, Sacramento Business Journal, 9/26).
- "Mills-Peninsula Reaches Tentative Contract Deal With Nurses" (Kinney, Contra Costa Times, 9/26).