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California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee

The California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee (CNA/NNOC) is a worker's organization and expert relationship of enlisted medical attendants in the United States. CNA/NNOC has a four-part Council of Presidents, at present including Deborah Burger, RN; Zenei Cortez, RN; DeAnn McEwen, RN; and Malinda Markowitz, RN. The official executive of the CNA/NNOC is long-term work pioneer Rose Ann DeMoro. It was framed in 1903 as the California State Nurses Association. CNA was the main medical attendants union in the U.S. to win aggregate haggling contracts for medical caretakers when Shirley Carew Titus upheld for concurrences with the East Bay Hospital Conference for least compensations, time-and-a-half pay for extra time, shift differentials for night and weekend work, a 40-hour work week, paid occasions, excursions, and wiped out leave, and business paid medical coverage. In 1976, California set up the first in the country necessities for safe RN staffing by receiving a CNA-supported law requiring close to two patients for every RN in escalated care units. In 1994, CNA started a forceful test to healing center rebuilding arranges by restricting diminishments in consideration guidelines, holding instructive workshops for medical caretakers over the state, and building up a national "Patient Watch" system to help patients hurt by perilous doctor's facility hones. From 1997-1998, CNA pursued a noteworthy fight with HMO monster Kaiser Permanente over its endeavors to drive clearing contract concessions on RNs with strikes by 7,500 RNs at 47 Kaiser doctor's facilities and facilities in Northern and Central California, and a fruitful crusade to restrict Kaiser clinic terminations in Oakland, Richmond, and Martinez. In 1999, CNA finished a long crusade by winning entry of a point of interest law, the first in the country, requiring least RN-to-patient staffing proportions in all healing center units. From 2001-2003, CNA won various union races, particularly in expansive doctor's facility chains keep running by Catholic Healthcare West and Tenet Healthcare. In 2004, CNA established the National Nurses Organizing Committee in light of the solicitations of direct care RNs the country over for a more grounded voice to enhance RN and patient consideration principles. It asserts that the gathering is the quickest developing union in the United States, including that 80,000 RNs are as of now individuals from CNA/NNOC. In its first year, NNU refered to numerous achievements, including: Organizing more than 8,000 RNs in Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nevada, Texas, and Washington, DC., Playing a key part in decision battles, particularly in California where CNA individuals were compelling in vanquishing extremely rich person Republican gubernatorial competitor Meg Whitman and Nevada where CNA and NNU crushed Sharron Angle and re-choose Senate Majority pioneer Harry Reid. The California battle earned national consideration, particularly with the road theater challenges including a counterfeit Queen Meg to study Whitman's uncommon spending and crusade style. On January 3, 2013, the CNA united with the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) to frame another union, NUHW-CNA.

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