November 17, 2017

Cedar Haven nurses stand strong after four weeks on strike

Sisters and brothers of labor from all over Pennsylvania gathered in front of Cedar Haven Healthcare Center in Lebanon, Pa., on Friday, November 17, to show their solidarity with the striking members...


October 27, 2017

AFSCME Local 2732 rallies after one week on strike

Noon on Friday, October 27, marked one week since members of AFSCME Local 2732 walked out of Cedar Haven Healthcare Center in Lebanon, Pa., to go on strike to demand a fair...


October 26, 2017

Cedar Haven Strike Rally

The sisters and brothers of AFSCME Local 2732 are holding a rally tomorrow, Friday, October 27, starting at 11:30 a.m., to mark one week since the nurses and staff of Cedar Haven...


October 24, 2017

Day 5: Cedar Haven strike continues, quality of care declines

While questions arise about the quality of care from temporary staff at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center, members of AFSCME Local 2732 continue to strike for a fifth day as the owner of...


October 21, 2017

Day 2: Cedar Haven Healthcare Center nurses strike

On Saturday, employees of Cedar Haven Healthcare Center, who are members of AFSCME Local 2732, took to the picket line for the second day. The owner of the nursing home, Chas B....


October 20, 2017

Day 1: Cedar Haven Healthcare Center nurses go on strike

Employees of Cedar Haven Healthcare Center went on strike to demand a fair contract at noon on Friday, October 20. Cedar Haven’s certified nursing assistants, licensed practical nurses, maintenance employees, laundry employees,...


October 18, 2017

Cedar Haven nurses set to strike on Friday

Members of AFSCME Local 2732 at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center, which include licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants, are set to strike on Friday, October 20. A strike was narrowly averted last...


October 6, 2017

West Manheim Township employees demand respect and ratification

Clerical, utility and road crew employees at West Manheim Township have been engaged in negotiations for their first contract for more than two years, and are showing up at township supervisor meetings...


September 27, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Janus v. AFSCME case

The United States Supreme Court agreed on Thursday to hear the Janus v. AFSCME case, which threatens to turn the entire nation “Right-To-Work” in the public sector. It is expected that oral arguments will...


September 20, 2017

AFSCME Council 13 endorses judicial candidates

On Tuesday, September 19, AFSCME Council 13’s Statewide Steering Committee met in Harrisburg to hear from candidates for Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court, and vote on who the union...