AIDS nonprofit group faces union campaign

Published: September 24, 2013

 A group of medical providers at clinics run by an influential but controversial AIDS-focused nonprofit group have launched a bid to unionize, saying that the organization’s leadership has lost sight of its mission and patient care is suffering.

 
Doctors, nurses and physicians assistants in the AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s Los Angeles and Bay Area clinics have been engaged in a behind-the-scenes struggle with the organization’s leadership for the last two months.
 
On July 31, medical staff members submitted a petition to the National Labor Relations Board, announcing their desire to organize under the National Union of Healthcare Workers.
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