Dating healthcare workers
The nurses are owed about 0,000 in back wages, Pamela Chandran, general counsel for SEIU-121RN, said.
“We value the work of all our staff and nurses and their commitment to providing exceptional patient care, and have provided wage and salary increases since this issue first arose years ago.” The company’s contract with registered nurses expired in 2011, Chandran said.
(i Stock photo) The United States Postal Service broke federal law by allowing its employees to participate in union-funded work to help elect Hillary Clinton and other Democratic candidates while on "union official" leave without pay and demonstrated an "institutional bias" toward union-backed candidates, according to an investigation.
Postal Service engaged in a "systemic violation" of the Hatch Act, which places limitations on the political activities of federal employees dating back to the 1990s.
The dating app Hinge, which launched a new app last fall to help people find relationships, has a ton of data about its most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes living in New York City.
But the company most recently provided us with more data about a specific, highly sought-after subset of the NYC population: doctors and medical professionals.You may access this information, as well as information from OSHA's Consultation and State Plan State Offices, via OSHA's website at or by phone at 1-800-321-OSHA.