All workers deserve to do their jobs without fear of bullying or harassment on the job. Unfortunately, bullying on the job is more common than it should be, and it can be used to target the same workers who are advocating for improvements to their worksites. This is where a union comes in: the best way to fight against bad treatment from management is by working together as a union, building up our strength through solidarity and collective action.
Join us on October 10th at the PeaceHealth SouthWest Medical Center in Vancouver, Washington at 5:30pm to stand up against bullying of workers at PeaceHealth Southwest. Many of the rank-and-file workers who make our hospital run have complained over bullying workplace conditions, which some say has pushed them out of their jobs and have created an untenable situation. We believe that fairness, equality, and care is essential not only to creating just workplaces, but also to building an equitable healthcare system.
We invite all of you, healthcare workers and patients, to join u on October 10th to stand against bullying and to show that our community is united in demanding that the bullying boss be fired and that PeaceHealth take measures to mitigate this problem in the future. No one should be forced to withstand bullying, and everyone should feel safe when they come to work! Click the link below to RSVP to attend to help us get a good sense of the turnout for day of, and please share with your friends, family, and coworkers.