NYSNAIseeyou has reported on
some strange occurances at NYSNA over the last year and a half. But we are baffled by the latest decision by NYSNA’S leaders in their spectacularly unsuccessful attempt to gain a first contract for the 2000 nurses at Albany Medical Center.
At least two former staff have filled suit against the union and the cases are currently heading to court. We have also learned that at least one class action suit is in the process of being filed. The latest claim involves both current and former staff.
NYSNAIseeyou has received numerous communications from within NYSNA, as well as other sources involved in the discussions, that a tentative agreement with various unions and the hospital industry was struck last week on a compromise safe staffing bill. Neither Pat or Judy bothered to be involved in the negotiations, instead they sent the political director.
A Report from last weeks H and H Executive Council meeting. Once again H and H members questions go unanswered!
See a copy of the full MOA! We were able to accomplish these major gains not because of Judy Sheridan-Gonzalez and Pat Kane but in spite of them. They kept trying to Invade our negotiations but we wouldn’t let them Attend.
We told you! Judy announced her exoneration before the letter was even sent! No investigation. No Accountability.
Will this ever see the light of day? Will we ever know how much of our dues money Pat and Judy have spent on themselves?
The NYSNA staff have been ordered to lie to us! They were given talking points regarding the bylaws change that contain false and misleading information.
NYSNA Did A Search Before They Hired The Current Executive Director. Why are they trying to sneak Pat Kane into the job now.
Thank you Valerie, Shanna, and Jai for filing charges against our President. We need more members like you who are not afraid to stand up for what is right.
As reported a small faction of DSA is trying to take over our union. Is it any surprise that the epicenter is Montefiore. Wherever Judy goes chaos and corruption follows