View Full Article The Jackson Health System announced Tuesday that it will raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour, affecting about 900 employees. “We’re proud to pay all our employees a fair and living wage, so that they can bring their best self to the work place and so that we can recruit theContinue reading “Bring your ‘best self’ to work: Jackson Health System raises minimum wage to $15/hour”
Our SEIU 1991 family mourns the loss of fellow nurse, Ardlley Severe. A Celebration of Life Candlelight Vigil for Ardlley Severe will be held on Friday, September 3, 2021 at Soundscape Park in Miami Beach, starting at 7:00 PM. It is requested that guests wear white. For information on how to support the family and lovedContinue reading “Celebration of Life for Ardlley Severe”
On Saturday, August 28, join us for March On for Voting Rights as we embark on a historic Rally “March On for Voting Rights” in Miami, to demand that legislatures across the country end their push for restrictive voting laws and that Congress pass the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting RightsContinue reading “March On For Voting Rights”
Click here to view full article. MIAMI – Throughout the 18 months of the pandemic, hospitals have faced a competitive labor market, but the new rise of COVID hospitalizations is testing South Florida hospitals dealing with a critical shortage of intensive care unit staff. These are the highly-trained nurses and specialized physicians who are providing minute-to-minuteContinue reading “‘Perfect storm’: Plethora of COVID cases tests hospitals facing critical shortage of ICU staff”
SEIU 1991 Members – Please see the below flyer for a Circle of Prayer for First Lady Martine Moise and the people of Haiti on July 16 at 5:30 p.m. in front of the Alamo Building at Jackson Memorial Hospital. In Unity, Martha Baker
Click here to view full article. Martine Moïse’s departure from South Florida signals a road to recovery for Haiti, leaving the world to anticipate the changes her arrival back to the island nation may invoke in the midst of instability and uncertainty. Following protocol, she returned home to prepare for the burial of slain PresidentContinue reading “South Florida delivers emotional send off for Haiti’s first lady”
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