By Chris Woods – published by Pennsylvania Capital-Star – March 29, 2020. It was a horrible day. The headlines screamed, “Stocks Plunge, Rattled by Oil Market and Coronavirus”; “Coronavirus: Italy death toll soars amid travel ban;” “CDC warns against long plane trips and cruises as coronavirus cases mount.” But America’s most important workers failed to make as many front pages as Wall Street, and the travel and tourism industries. So far, the data show that those most vulnerable to the coronavirus are the elderly and those with health issues. Unless we are prepared for even more disturbing headlines from America’s nursing homes, we must take care of our nursing home workers.CARES-Act-Summary
Willow Terrace Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is committed to the highest level of excellence and it shows in the quality of people we hire. If you take pride in being part of a friendly, respectful, caring, safe and collaborative environment, you belong with us. Our team includes professionals in nursing (RN, LVN, CAN, RNA), social services, marketing, dietary and nutrition, housekeeping, laundry, business administration and activities and events.
The 2020 Pennsylvania Democratic Coordinated Campaign is seeking a highly motivated, passionate and talented individuals for our statewide organizing program. The PA Coordinated Campaign will play a critical role in electing a Democrat to the White House, re-electing Attorney General Shapiro and Treasurer Torsella, and electing Democrats down-ticket including U.S. House and State Legislative districts across the Commonwealth.
The Behavior Wellness Center at Girard has openings for LPNs, Substance Abuse Counselors, Mental Health Technicians, Community Recovery Specialists and Addiction Recovery Assistants. Check our job board for details.
Inglis has openings for CNA, LPN and Food Service Worker. Check our job board for details.
It’s been a rough 2019 for many workers in Philadelphia, with several major employers closing with little or no warning. Back in late June of 2019, members of District 1199C at Hahnemann University Hospital received shocking news: the corporate owners of the hospital planned to abruptly close down the facility. This put over 2,500 people out of work, including 700 members from our union.
District 1199C would like to extend warm wishes for a happy holiday season and a healthy and prosperous new year to all of our members and their families. Stay tuned for announcements of upcoming festivities!