Pennsylvania nursing home workers are ON STRIKE. Stand with them.

Workers at nursing homes across Pennsylvania have been holding unfair labor practice strikes since Sep. 2nd as their employers, two of the largest chains in the state, continue to bargain in bad faith. No healthcare worker wants to go on strike. But Comprehensive and Priority are refusing to provide information about agency staffing needed to negotiate, will not meaningful address staffing, and are using taxpayer dollars to purchase new facilities rather than improve resident care as intended. Workers will do whatever it takes to hold owners accountable to residents.

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Workers at 14 PA Nursing Homes Go On Strike

MICHAEL RUBINKAM, Associated Press

Associated Press
USA Today
The Register Herald 
LoveByLife (UK)
CBS News (national) (carried in several states – TX, MN)


PA Nursing home workers say they’ll strike for as long as they have to

Priscilla Liguori, WFMZ 69 News



SEIU Healthcare PA Members Strike at PA Nursing homes

Photo essay: Dan Gleiter


Nursing home workers go on strike today

KDKA Morning Liveshot


With No Agreement, 700 Nursing Home Workers Go on strike

WHP Samantha York
KOMO (out of state)
WJAR10 (out of state)

Berks Nursing Home “Fully Staffed” as Employees Strike

WFMZ69, Lynda Weed


‘They said we were superheroes’ Workers strike at 2 Lehigh Valley Nursing homes, asking for a piece of the $600M in Pandemic Funding

Morning Call
Morning Call  Anthony Salamone


Hundreds of Nursing Home Workers Go on Strike After Negotiations Fail

WPXI 11 (Pittsburgh) Melanie Gillespie

PA’s caregiver unions, politicians push for better conditions in nursing homes

Brian Myszkowski, Pocono Record

Midstate Nursing Home Workers Begin Strike

ABC27, various reporters


Assisted Living Workers in Easton Begin Indefinite Strike

Workers at 14 Nursing Homes Go on Strike

WTAE Sheldon