New York Nurses Announce Strike
Ten thousand nurses at four hospitals in NYC will strike on April 2 unless management improves their offer. Their main demand is safe staffing ratios.
Juan CMarch 18, 2019
Nurses Have the Power to Strike and Win
After voting overwhelmingly to authorize a strike, upwards of 10,000 NYSNA members are waiting to hear from union leadership whether the walk-out is actually going to happen at four hospitals run by the three largest hospital systems in New York City.
Thaddeus GreeneMarch 16, 2019
NYC Nurses’ Strike Looms Large
Denouncing backbreaking conditions that put patients at risk, 97% of nurses in four New York City hospitals vote to authorize a strike.
Madeleine FreemanMarch 5, 2019
NYC Nurses Picket Mega-Hospitals for Safe Staffing
Nurses across the city gear up for a major strike authorization vote.
Kyu NamFebruary 13, 2019
New York Nurses’ Union Settlement Deters Strike
The New York State Nurses’ Association (NYSNA) has shaken hands temporarily with the NYC Hospital Alliance, curtailing a city-wide strike authorized almost a month ago by union members. The Hospital Alliance runs four of New York City’s largest privately-run hospitals, including Montefiore Medical Center, St. Luke’s, Mount Sinai, and New York-Presbyterian, employing upwards of 8,500 nurses.
Tre KwonJune 30, 2015