Allina's nurse uniform plan draws union response
There's a fight over fashion within the Allina Health System. In May, the Minneapolis-based hospital group will start requiring workers in a dozen different job classifications to begin wearing matching uniforms with distinguishing colors. But the change has drawn protest from unionized nurses who say the switch should have been negotiated and stomps on autonomy.
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