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Sutter Healthcare And the CNA Nurses, Bullying In SF City & Schools, Nuclear Whistleblower
This WorkWeek radio show on December 24, 2012 covers the struggle and 8th strike of the CNA sutter nurses, the epidemic of bullying against SF city and SFUSD school employees and the dangers to workers and the public at the San Onofre Nuclear plant including the retaliation against whistleblowers at the plant.
12/24/12 WorkWeek KPFA On The Morning Mix On Sutter Healthcare And the CNA Nurses, Bullying In SF City & Schools, Nuclear Whistleblowers And The San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant
The Morning Mix, for December 24, 2012 - 8:00am
A look at the 8th strike against the Sutter Medical chain by members of the California Nurses Association CNA. The strike starts on the morning of the 24th at Alta Bates hospital and other Sutter facilities in Northern California. The non-profit hospital chain is seeking major cutbacks in healthcare for nurses and attacks on patient care at the same time that executives are making millions.
The dangerous epidemic of bullying in the City and County of San Francisco as well as the San Francisco Unified School District. Why are workplace bullies having free rein in the workplace and being defended by some city and school managers and politicians?
WorkWeek look at the growing dangers for workers and the public at the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant. Southern California Edison wants to layoff 50% of the workers and restart the broken down plant despite protests of the union, whistleblowers and the community.
Finally, the calendar of labor events for the coming week.
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Sutter Alta Bates CNA nurses are fighting for to defend their healthcare and also the health and safety for their patients.
Bullying agains students, teachers and staff is going on at the MLK Middle School in San Francisco. 17 school employees have been fired and removed from the school by the Principal Natalie Eberhard for speaking out against the physical abuse and bullying.
San Onofre nuclear plant run by the Southern California Edison company is seeking to reopen the plant despite the continued dangers. The company is also retaliating against workers at the plant who are whistleblowers who are reporting on the dangerous health and safety conditions.