After 3 years, NYC Nurses attain increased pay and pension protection from Fresenius

By ASN Staff

The New York State Nurses Association “voted overwhelmingly in favor of the latest contract offer from Fresenius Medical Care” which provides NYSNA workers with “increased pay and protects their employer-paid union pension and health funds”.

Eric Smith, the area director for NYSNA stated that the biggest win “was the inclusion of nurses’ voices on issues critical to patients’ care”.

“’This new contract ensures safe staffing, allows us to retain and attract the best of the best with fair benefits, and gives us a voice in how we care for our patients,’ said Gloria O’Neil, a registered nurse who works in a Fresenius Brooklyn clinic”.

“The NYSNA deal also grants nurses an 8.25% raise over the lifetime of the three-year contract”.

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The New York State Nurses Association “voted overwhelmingly in favor of the latest contract offer from Fresenius Medical Care” which provides NYSNA workers with “increased pay and protects their employer-paid union pension and health funds”.

Eric Smith, the area director for NYSNA stated that the biggest win “was the inclusion of nurses’ voices on issues critical to patients’ care”.

“’This new contract ensures safe staffing, allows us to retain and attract the best of the best with fair benefits, and gives us a voice in how we care for our patients,’ said Gloria O’Neil, a registered nurse who works in a Fresenius Brooklyn clinic”.

“The NYSNA deal also grants nurses an 8.25% raise over the lifetime of the three-year contract”.

For more information, please read the full article.

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Wednesday, August 23, 2017