Bayonne (NJ) Medical Center, nurses' union reach tentative pact
The union that represents nurses and other healthcare workers at Bayonne (NJ) Medical Center has reached a tentative agreement with the hospital administration. The pact maintains seniority rights and severance pay in case of layoffs for members and establishes a new three-year contract, the union said. The agreement follows two months of negotiations that turned increasingly bitter, culminating in a three-day lockout of the Health Professionals and Allied Employees union at the facility.
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