Published in Hospital Law Weekly, December 21st, 2006
Caregivers represented by SEIU United Healthcare Workers-West protested the inadequate wages, poor pension benefits, and lack of an education and training fund at the Windsor facilities.
"Residents don't always get the care they need at Windsor nursing homes because turnover is too high, and high turnover is the result of poor wages, benefits, and working conditions. Ultimately, it's the residents that suffer because Windsor won't invest in staff," said Martha Tapia, a certified nursing assistant at Windsor Rehabilitation Center of...
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