130 workers at Pennsylvania hospital get new contract

Warren (Pa.) General Hospital and unionized workers have reached a new labor deal affecting 130 nurses, medical technologists, medical lab technicians and social workers, according to Erie News Now.

The two-year agreement covers workers represented by the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Employees. A union representative told Erie News Now it includes pay raises as well as pledges by both sides to establish safe staffing guidelines.

Negotiations have been ongoing for about three months.

 

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