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Aloha HNHP Brothers and Sisters,
As you may all already know, the mayor and governor released an emergency ordering all non essential workers to shelter at home. As Healthcare Professionals we would like to emphasize the reason for this, we need to flatten the curve. If we do not, the number that get infected and will require hospitalization will far exceed the capacity of our hospitals and more people will die. This is very serious. We are urging people to obey that order. We go to work for our communities to take care of those that need us. We ask that you not make it harder for us to do our job by going out and increasing the risk of spread. Please stay at home. "We go to work for you, please stay home for us."
We are very proud of our HNHP Kaiser members who created this selfie. Thank you to all our hard working members for your sacrifices and everything you're doing in this pandemic. We are in this together and we'll get through this together. To the rest of our members: "Show us your selfies."
Aloha HNHP Members, Family & Friends!
As Healthcare Professionals we would like to emphasize the reason for all non-essential workers to shelter at home in order to "flatten the curve" during the current COVID-19 crisis. Every day we hear of the impact and devastating grip that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our family, friends, community and the world we live in. We go to work for our communities to take care of those that need us. HNHP is promoting a unified message of -"We go to work for you, please stay home for us" with t-shirts imprinted with this important message.
If you would like to order, please go to our "SHOP" tab or click below on the items pictured. Quantities are limited. T-shirts will be available on first-come first-serve basis based on order of receipt and completed forms/payment. Purchases are not tax-deductible.
PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW
Federal labor laws protect newly-elected unions for 12 months, so they can bargain a new contract without being voted out by another election. So after HNHP wins the election, Kaiser and other unions cannot ask for a new election for at least 12 months.
If Kaiser bargains in bad faith during those 12 months (they won’t), the NLRB can extend those 12 months of protection for another 12 months or more if needed (we wont need it)! See Veritas Health Servs., Inc. v. Nat'l Labor Relations Bd., 895 F.3d 69, 80; 739 F. App'x 1 (D.C. Cir. 2018) (extensions are a standard remedy when an employer's refusal to bargain has consumed all or a substantial part of the original post-election certification year).
STATUS QUO must be maintained during those 12 months AND BEYOND. That means our pensions, pay, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment are PROTECTED.
STATUS QUO will be enforced by the NLRB until a new contract is adopted: whether that takes 2 months, 12 months, or 24+ months.
DURING THAT WHOLE TIME, KAISER MUST RESPECT THE STATUS QUO.
The NLRB has clearly ruled that status quo must be preserved for as long as needed until a new contract is in place. See e.g. Cofire Paving Corp., 359 NLRB 180, 196 (2012) (after new union won election, Employer cannot change, alter, or modify the existing terms and conditions of employment while bargaining a new contract with the new union, including mandatory continuation of all pay, pension, and other benefits). See also Raytheon Network Centric Sys., 365 NLRB No. 161 (Dec. 15, 2017) (employer must bargain to a complete agreement or overall impasse on mandatory bargaining subjects before the employer can take action).
Call the NLRB @ (808)541-2814 and ask them about how they will help ENFORCE THE STATUS QUO and Protect our Pay, Pensions, and Benefits