Newsletter August 16, 2019: Convention, Elections, Holidays, Temp Relief, Paycheck Statements

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  • August 16, 2019

CRONA Newsletter – August 16, 2019   CRONA Convention The annual CRONA Convention is held the first Tuesday in October; this year it will be October 1st. All Area Representatives are expected to attend the Convention or send a designated alternate. Area Representatives may request to have the day of the CRONA Convention count towards […]

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SHC August 2, 2019 Newsletter: Holiday Issues, Retirement, and More

Know Your Contract – Know Your Rights at Stanford Health Care CRONA Newsletter – August 2, 2019 Holiday Bundling – New Contract Language   CRONA negotiated new contract language that allows nurses on a unit (all Regular Nurses) to vote to have their Winter Holidays – the day of the holiday with the holiday eve […]

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LPCH August 2, 2019 Newsletter: Holiday Issues, Retirement, and More

Know Your Contract – Know Your Rights at Lucile Packard Childrens Hospital CRONA Newsletter – August 2, 2019   Holiday Bundling – New Contract Language   CRONA negotiated new contract language that allows Nurses on a unit [all Nurses] to vote to have their Winter Holidays – the day of the holiday with the holiday eve – bundled, […]

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Know Your Contract July 19, 2019: Retro Pay, Holiday Bundling, CRONA Vacancies, and More

Know Your Contract – Know Your Rights CRONA Newsletter – July 19, 2019   Check Your Checks – SHC Retro Pay Due This Paycheck   SHC Nurses – your retro payments are supposed to be in today’s paycheck. LPCH Nurses, you should have received your payments last month. LPCH was able to calculate retroactive wage […]

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CRONA Newsletter July 5, 2019

Certification Pay – Deadline Coming Up!   There are just a few days left til the July 8 deadline to upload proof of certification in order to receive payment of $2000 on September 13, 2019. This information must be uploaded to your Profile in Healthstream. For Nurses currently on LOA who do not have Healthstream […]

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Know Your Contracts – Know Your Rights June 22, 2019

Dear CRONA Nurses, During negotiations, your CRONA Negotiation Team worked hard to make sure all nurses were fully informed about the progress of negotiations, and the proposed contract language being discussed at the bargaining table. Now that negotiations are over, we still have a lot of work to do to make sure the hospitals follow […]

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Know Your Contracts – Know Your Rights           June 15, 2019

CRONA thanks all the members who have been writing in with questions about the new contracts and to let us know where the hospitals are falling short. We know summer is a busy time for everyone – but want to make sure that upcoming dates are on your radar.  CRONA is here for you.  Get […]

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Are You Being Paid Correctly? Know Your Contract – Know Your Rights

CRONA Will Not Stand for Stanford Hospital’s Violation of the New Contract. All CRONA Nurses Should Be Receiving the Benefits of the Newly Negotiated Contracts. CRONA is committed to making sure Nurses know their rights under the new labor contracts and making sure the hospitals fulfill their obligations under the new contracts. Thanks to everyone […]

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Know Your Contracts – Wages and Other Updates

Know Your Contracts – Know Your Rights Thank you again to all CRONA Nurses for staying involved and engaged during contract negotiations. Thanks to our unity, we have new labor contracts with the hospitals and are excited to start enforcing them. CRONA will continue to stand strong for Nurses’ rights, including those under the new […]

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It’s Official! New 2019 – 2022 CRONA Contract Ratified

New CRONA Contract Ratified We did it! After months of negotiations with the hospitals, over two-thirds of CRONA Nurses have voted to ratify a new contract with Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. This contract protects and supports Nurses and our patients. It is a contract that we can all be proud of. […]

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