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Healthcare Contract Issues

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  • Glendale Memorial Hospital employees protest planned layoffs

     
    Nurses, technicians and other employees gathered outside Glendale Memorial Hospital Thursday morning to protest planned layoffs....
  • Striking musicians walk out on Chicago Symphony Orchestra

    Striking musicians walk out on Chicago Symphony Orchestra
    The start of a new season is usually a celebratory time for an orchestra. But for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the past few days have been a major headache for management and ticket holders. Musicians with the orchestra have been on strike since...
  • Chicago Symphony reaches tentative agreement to end strike

    Chicago Symphony reaches tentative agreement to end strike
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra said late Monday that it has reached a tentative agreement with the union representing its musicians. The agreement would end a strike that began Saturday. Orchestra leaders said that ratification of the new contract is...
  • Is Prime Healthcare settling scores with union?

    Is Prime Healthcare settling scores with union?
    In recent years, Prime Healthcare has built a reputation as a take-no-prisoners company willing to run roughshod over patients and employees alike in its quest for profits — $283 million on revenue of $1.6 billion in 2010, according to a financial...
  • Linda Randlett Kollar

    Linda Randlett Kollar
    Linda Randlett Kollar is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, Inc., a firm dedicated to the representation of health care providers. With more than 25 years of legal experience, she is recognized by her clients and peers as an...
  • Broadway shows could face labor strike before year's end

    Broadway shows could face labor strike before year's end
    Just as the Broadway theater community was getting back on its feet following Hurricane Sandy, another potential showstopper is headed its way. The union representing cleaners, porters, elevator operators, matrons and other service workers at most...
  • Port strike numbers are out to sea

    Port strike numbers are out to sea
    Big, round numbers always get people's attention. Numbers such as $1 billion, which has been bandied about as the economic loss per day nationally from the eight-day strike that shut down most of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. That figure...
  • IATSE and the studios reach a new contract

     
    The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that averts a potential showdown with the major studios. IATSE represents more than 100,000 entertainment industry workers, including...
  • Healthcare costs to dominate IATSE and AMPTP contract talks

     
    The largest union representing Hollywood's technical workers has begun contract negotitations with the major studios amid concerns about rising health care costs that could force cuts in health and pension benefits for below-the-line crew members....
  • Steve Lopez: Disney responds to ‘electronic whip’ criticism

     
    My column today on Disney hotel workers, in which they share concerns about the possibility of rising healthcare costs and the use of a productivity-monitoring system they call the "electronic whip," has drawn lots of comments on our website from......
  • Disneyland and union settle long labor dispute

     
    Ending a four-year dispute, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim reached a five-year contract agreement with 2,100 hotel workers. The dispute had bogged down recently over healthcare cost increases in Disneyland's proposed contracts. The labor union, Unite...