UNA 25 Years of History (1940)



Labour-Management Meetings Began

The employment of nurses within hospitals was largely completed by 1940.  Nurses rapidly learned of the conflicts which inevitably arise between employment obligations and professional responsibilities.  Nurses began exploring ways to resolve these conflicts through labour management meetings.  The difficulty in such meetings was individual nurses with private contracts of employment were confronting their employers with no collective protection or strength.

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