Some 843 workers at Bayonne (NJ) Medical Center to be 'locked out'
More than 800 employees at the Bayonne (NJ) Medical Center will be locked out at today when temporary workers are brought in to fill their positions, hospital officials said. The decision to lock out the workers represented by the Health Professional and Allied Employees came when union officials refused to withdraw notice of a strike, the officials said. The union's contract at the hospital officially expired May 31.
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