1,400 workers at Women & Infants vote no confidence, union says

Updated at 12:26 p.m.

NEARLY 1,400 WORKERS AT Women & Infants Hospital voted no confidence to their employer, after years of unresolved grievances and months of complaints over the hospital’s staffing situation went unheard, said the SEIU1199 NE. / COURTESY OF CARE NEW ENGLAND
PROVIDENCE – Nearly 1,400 unionized caregivers at Women & Infants Hospital voted no confidence against their employer, citing years of unheard grievances and a lack of “clear, respectful communication” among the reasons for their vote. Members of Service Employees International Union 1199 New England, which represents 1,900 frontline caregivers at Women & Infants Hospital, released…

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