Health care workers at the University of Illinois` Chicago Hospital on Monday join hundreds of Illinois nurses who claim unfair labor practices because of stalled contract negotiations. CHICAGO, Ill. (iwr-A0) – Today, workers ended a 10-day strike against unfair labor practices at the University of Illinois-Chicago, after reaching preliminary agreements offering workers covid-19 protection and wage increases. The agreements with the administration cover multi-year contracts for four bargaining units represented by SEIU Local 73 at the Chicago, Rockford and Peoria sites, including building technicians, technicians, office positions and professionals. Nearly 4,000 SEIU Local 73 UIC workers launched a strike on Monday, September 14, against unfair labor practices and asked the UIC to “respect us, protect us and pay us”, after the failure of contract negotiations worth more than a year. Staff at all UIC campuses offer a variety of services to students and patients, from building technicians who clean bathrooms to occupational therapists to people who work with children with special needs, to hospital staff. Recent strikes by SEIU Local 73 and the Illinois Nurses Association have led to a victory for UIC and University of Illinois hospital workers. After dozens of negotiation sessions, the INA, which represents more than 1,300 nurses, launched a seven-day strike on September 12. More than a year of failed contract negotiations, nearly 4,000 SEIU Local 73 UIC workers began two days later, in solidarity with the INA, a 10-day strike against unfair labor practices and demanded that the UIC “respect, protect and pay us.” Preliminary agreements reached by SEIU Local 73 and the UIC administration include: IBOT Local 700 – State & Municipal Teamsters, Chauffeurs & Helpers Union Contract and SEIU Local 73 union leaders claim that the UIC has put state workers on travel orders from Chicago to cross the picket lines.
Chicago Appendix C – Chicago (year 1) Former service unit – Chicago (year 1) Appendix C – Chicago (year 2) Former service unit – Chicago (year 2) Appendix C – Chicago (year 3) Former service unit Chicago (year 3) The University of Illinois Hospitals has filed a complaint to prevent certain intensive nurses from keeping strike stations and according to a judgment of the judge, some nurses have to keep working. A publication ban issued by the judge applies to 535 of the approximately 1,400 nurses working in the UIH system, but concerns only 118 nurses at the same time, the officials said. . Visiting University Professionals/AAP-IEA-NEA Vertrag (eff. 16.08.2016 – 15.08.2020) VAP-Verlängerungsvertrag 2020-2022 IBEW Local 134 (Elektriker) – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Contract | Zusatzvertrag Graphic Communications International Union, Lokaler 568M Vertrag (eff. . . .