Union workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital celebrate a victory Tuesday. After months of negotiations, the hospital reached a new contract with its labor union.
A union representing 2,000 workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital is in negotiations with the medical institution over workers’ wages after Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley stepped in to stop a planned four-day strike.
Thousands of Johns Hopkins Hospital workers agree not to strike.
A Harford County man is hospitalized after being struck by lightning.
No more poverty pay. The fight for higher wages continues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where caregivers say they can barely afford their homes or put food on the table. Now they are giving the hospital one more chance before they strike again.
Thousands of employees at Johns Hopkins Hospital are wrapping up their three-day strike. They say they’re making poverty level wages while the hospital thrives and continues to expand.
Hundreds of Johns Hopkins employees won’t go back to work until the hospital agrees to raise their pay. Hopkins is one of the top hospitals in the country but its workers say they don’t even earn enough to live on.
An arbitrator has ordered a longshoremen’s local to pay $3.8 million in damages for a three-day strike at the Port of Baltimore that he said violated a no-strike provision in the longshoremen’s master contract.
The union strikes a deal to get the massive Port of Baltimore back up and running–for now.
Baltimore’s port is still shut down for a second day. Striking longshoremen and ship companies have yet to reach a contract settlement.
The same night politicians finally strike a deal in Washington, the Port of Baltimore is negotiating its own deal. A union dispute has stopped all operations at the port–one of the busiest in the nation.
A trash collector on strike in Montgomery County was struck by a garbage truck being driven by a temporary worker.