Resurrection Health Care, Chicago, settled a unions complaint of unfair labor practices by agreeing to post notices in three Illinois hospitals advising employees of their organizing rights. The nine-hospital system didnt admit wrongdoing in the settlement with the National Labor Relations Boards Chicago regional office. A Resurrection spokesman said the agreement saved the system time and money and demonstrated its commitment to federal labor laws. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees filed the compliant July 31. A spokesman for AFSCME Council 31 said the union will continue its push to organize Resurrection workers. The settlement requires Resurrection the post the notices in English, Spanish and Polish in conspicuous locations for 60 days at 265-bed Our Lady of Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago; 305-bed Saints Mary & Elizabeth Medical Center, Chicago; and 180-bed Westlake Hospital, Melrose Park. Ill. -- by Melanie Evans
Ill. system settles labor complaint
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