What RMC Nurses Should Know About Unions & Union Organizing
Recently, the National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNOC)/National Nurses United (NNU)* has targeted RMC nurses for organizing. And, while we respect the rights all employees’ have to consider union membership, we feel strongly that unionization could divide our team and create dissention that could distract from our primary focus, negatively impact our patients and, ultimately, take us in the wrong direction.
At RMC, our employees are at the center of everything we do to treat our patients and serve our community. At RMC, we believe in:
- Integrity: We respect human dignity and consistently promote fairness and honesty.
- Excellence: We strive for clinical, operational, and service excellence by fostering professional development, accountability, teamwork, and commitment to high value.
- Partnership: We work in cooperation with other care providers, guided by open communication, trust, and shared decision-making.
- Stewardship: We advocate prudence in the use of our financial and human resources for the advantage of the communities we serve.
At RMC, we believe working together is the best way to quickly develop solutions, provide the care our patients deserve, and create the best workplace for everyone. In short, we feel it is better to be team members working towards solutions together.
The following pages provide factual information to support you in making an informed personal decision about union representation. We encourage you to explore these facts and regularly check back for updates and new information.
Thank you for all you do for those we are so fortunate to serve.
- NEW Additional FAQs
- How Unions Work
- Authorization Cards & Petitions
- What RMC Has Done to Improve Staffing
- Nurse FAQ
- What Magnet Means to Me
*The NNOC and California Nurses Association (CNA) are affiliates of the National Nurses United (NNU).