Pennsylvania hospital service workers OK labor deal with raises

Unionized service workers at Washington (Pa.) Hospital have approved a labor deal that includes a pay boost, according to the Observer-Reporter.

The three-year contract covers about 350 employees represented by the Service Employees International Union Healthcare Pennsylvania.

It reportedly includes 5 percent raises over the life of the deal. It also maintains overtime and holiday pay, allows employees to accrue more vacation faster, doubles tuition reimbursement and covers employees through a home host health insurance plan.

The deal expires in January 2022.

 

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