Crawford Health caregivers strike, claiming unfair labor practices, low wages

CAREGIVERS AT Crawford Health and Rehab, a nursing home in Fall River, began striking on Dec. 7 to protest what they claim are low wages and unfair labor practices, of which they have filed a number of complaints. The strike ended Dec. 10. / COURTESY SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION DISTRICT 1199 NEW ENGLAND
FALL RIVER – Caregivers at Crawford Health and Rehab, represented by the Service Employees International Union District 1199 New England, began a three-day strike starting Dec. 7 in protest of alleged unfair labor practices. Workers have been negotiating for months to improve the quality of care for residents and win living wages for caregivers, said…

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