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Sharp

Officers

Jay O'Brien, RN
SPNN President
Jackie Young, RN
SPNN Vice President
Sheila Berg, RN
SPNN Treasurer
Michelle Byers, RN
SPNN Secretary

Chairs and Co-Chairs

Deborah Shepley, RN
Chair (Mary Birch)
Sherri Scott-Vasquez, RN
Co-Chair (Mary Birch)
Karen Cubelo, RN
Chair (Non-Hospital)
Jan Hodgson, RN
Co-Chair (Non-Hospital)
Shawn McCoy, RN
Chair (Mesa Vista)
Julie Braatz, RN
Co-Chair (Mesa Vista)
Sam Ciechanowicz, RN
Chair (Chula Vista)
Sandi Powers, RN
Co-Chair (Chula Vista)
Jay O'Brien, RN
Chair (Metro)
Gina Schooler, RN
Co-Chair (Metro)
Kristen Palumbo, RN
Chair (Grossmont)
Jill Richison, RN
Co-Chair (Grossmont)

Staff Representatives

Michael Boccio, RN
Staff Representative
Email: Michael.Boccio@unacuhcp.org
Joel Emerson, RN
Staff Representative
Email: Joel.Emerson@unacuhcp.org
Yesenia Godinez
Staff Representative
Email: Yesenia.Godinez@unacuhcp.org

Sharp News

SPNN Bargaining Update #19

Posted on November 27, 2016

Our Union withdrew the 10-day notice to strike after a series of last minute agreements were reached early Sunday evening.

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SPNN Bargaining Update #18

Posted on November 23, 2016

After three days of intense negotiations, Sharp management has not met your expectations. Management is refusing to address all of our core bargaining priorities. This failure will continue to exacerbate the ongoing recruitment and retention crisis.

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SPNN Bargaining Update #17

Posted on November 22, 2016

The SPNN bargaining team met with management on November 22. Some progress was made at the bargaining table, but no significant movement was made on our core bargaining priorities. The picket sign making party will take place on November 27 – spread the word!

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Important ULP Strike Information for Sharp RNs

Posted on November 21, 2016

In the past few days, management for Sharp HealthCare has disseminated misleading information to frighten Sharp RNs and stop Sharp RNs from exercising their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Management for Sharp understands the power that the nurses have standing together and they are doing everything in their power to weaken your resolve.

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SPNN Bargaining Update #16

Posted on November 21, 2016

The SPNN bargaining team met with Sharp management on November 20 for roughly five hours. Joe Mansolillo, the Federal mediator, facilitated the meeting. The November 20 session is the first of a series of meetings that will occur this week in an attempt to reach a tentative contract that would be acceptable to SPNN RNs.

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SPNN Bargaining Update #15

Posted on November 18, 2016

On November 18, Sharp management sent a letter to our Union offering to meet and bargain during Thanksgiving week.

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We Will Strike November 28-30

Posted on November 17, 2016

Today we submitted a 10-day strike notice to management for a ULP strike to begin at 0700 (7:00 am) on November 28, 2016. The strike will last for 3 days. A strike is always a last resort. But we must do whatever it takes to stop Sharp’s repeated violations of federal labor law and refusal to address patient care problems caused by an escalating crisis in nurse turnover.

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Sharp RNs Deliver Ten Day Strike Notice

Posted on November 17, 2016

Sharp HealthCare’s registered nurses intend to strike beginning the Monday after Thanksgiving, November 28. The strike comes in response to Sharp’s repeated violations of federal labor law and refusal to address patient care problems caused by an escalating crisis in nurse turnover.

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SPNN Bargaining Update #14

Posted on November 15, 2016

At negotiations on November 15, we met with management and asked a series of questions concerning the implementation of management’s last, best and final offer.

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Sharp HealthCare RNs Vote to Strike

Posted on November 10, 2016

Sharp HealthCare registered nurses voted to authorize an unfair labor practice strike to protest Sharp’s unlawful implementation of its so-called last, best and final offer and other unfair labor practices. “We are willing to do whatever it takes to protect our patients, up to and including a strike,” said Nieysha White, RN, from Sharp Mary Birch.

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