Bayonne (NJ) Medical Center ends lockout of nurses, other healthcare workers
NJ.com, June 12, 2009
Bayonne Medical Center has decided to end its lockout of union nurses and other healthcare workers, according to a report. The 843-member union has been locked out since 7 a.m. June 9, the majority of their jobs taken over by non-union workers. In ending the lockout of nurses and other healthcare workers, the Bayonne Medical Center has said that it will impose the terms and conditions of the contract offer that the union overwhelmingly rejected.
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