Nurses at Albany Medical Heart are demanding motion, threatening to strike amid an ongoing dispute over their contracts.
The New York State Nurses Affiliation stated they have been negotiating a contract for over two years.
They’re accusing the hospital of slicing hours, staffing, and salaries.
The affiliation stated greater than 2,000 nurses approved a strike if negotiations proceed to stall.
This might occur in as quickly as ten days.
Union leaders are anticipated to talk Monday to demand the hospital settle a good contract to keep away from a strike earlier than a possible second wave of COVID-19 circumstances.