Your answers to these questions may indicate that change is needed at your facility to protect both your nursing practice and the patients you serve. You and your nurse colleagues must now choose:
1. Do nothing – even though you know things will not improve.
2. Take the first step toward gaining control over your working lives by forming a collective bargaining unit within the New York State Nurses Association.
For more than 50 years, NYSNA has helped nurses bring about positive change for themselves, their co-workers, and their patients. As the largest professional nurses’ union in New York State, we know how to work with RNs to create an environment where their contributions are valued.
For more information, call 800.724.NYRN, ext 284 (within New York State) or 518.782.9400, ext. 284 and ask to speak to an organizer. Or send NYSNA an e-mail, or use this convenient, secure online form, and a NYSNA organizing representative will contact you.
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