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RNs at Johns Hopkins Tell Management to Stop Its Anti-Union Campaign!

Nurses visit VP of Nursing and drop a demand letter


Thursday, April 18, at Johns Hopkins Hospital, a group of nurses walked into Deborah Baker’s office to deliver a letter that over 100 JHH nurses collaborated to write. The letter asked management to end its anti-union campaign. It is our federally protected right to collectively organize to form a union, and the hospital has made many attempts to silence or interrupt our organizing process.

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Johns Hopkins Nurses for Improved Patient Care

Baltimore City Council Resolution Calls on Johns Hopkins Hospital to Allow Nurses to Conduct Union Organizing Activities Without Interference

The Baltimore City Council has adopted a resolution, introduced by City Councilmember Shannon Sneed, encouraging Johns Hopkins Hospital to allow nurses at the hospital to conduct union organizing activities without interference.

December 4, 2018
Johns Hopkins Nurses for Improved Patient Care

Labor Board Finds Merit to Third Allegation That Johns Hopkins Violated Federal Law in Restricting Rights of RNs

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has determined there is merit to a third allegation that Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is violating federal labor law in restricting the rights of its registered nurses who are seeking union representation, the National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU) announced today.

National Nurses United
November 14, 2018
Hopkins RNs Unite!

As Johns Hopkins Hospital keeps up union busting the National Labor Relations Board steps in.

Last month we shared the story of RN’s from Johns Hopkins Hospital declaring their intent to organize a union with National Nurses United, the nation’s largest organization of Registered Nurses.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
November 7, 2018