Wednesday, March 26, 2014

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! NFL PLAYERS STAND UP FOR KU NURSES AMID LABOR FIGHT!!!



Take a look at this unexpected bit of support from the football elite for local nurses amid ongoing labor negotiations with The University Of Kansas Med Center.

More to the point . . .

NFL PLAYERS STAND UP FOR ROCK CHALK NURSE RIGHTS!!!

Link . . .

NFL Players Association Stands With KU Hospital Nurses

Here's the most important passage . . .

In a letter to the hospital administrator dated March 12th, NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith said, “You advertise that you are making sure that the players (our members) keep the “competitive edge.” Critical to that “edge” is the care that KUNA registered nurses provide to the players at The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.”

Mr. Smith went on, “I urge you to negotiate a fair and reasonable agreement with the Kansas University Nurses Association (KUNA) that provides them with compensation competitive with other hospitals in the region.”

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And so, this collective bargaining bit of support is important not only because it offers more than a bit of solidarity but also because it fact checks popular adverts.

Developing . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I support nurses.

Anonymous said...

I support management.

Smiin' Bobby Page said...

Hey, I paid good money to hang those KU Med banners at Arrowhead. Have a little respect.

Grinnin' Bobby said...

Besides, my $10 and hour Filipino nurses ought to be reading shore any day now and the whole thing will be moot. Moot I tell you once those big-tittayed Pinoy broads make landfall.

Anonymous said...

Known a few nurses that could make something stand on me.

Anonymous said...

Hey there is an idea. Lets have an NFL adobt-a-nurse program where the players donate their drug money to the KU nurses. Strike Over!

Anonymous said...

some sweet bellies!