Healthcare Manager’s Guide to Labor Relations
Learn tips and tricks to managing union employees in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings.
On July 26, 1974, Congress gave private sector healthcare workers the right to join unions. Since that day, healthcare employers have been flooded with union activity. From organizing campaigns to strikes, healthcare employers have struggled to keep up with the aggressive tactics and disruptive behaviors of the union movement. Based on over 25 years of experience, this book will help healthcare managers wade through the morass of union activity and lead with confidence. Providing innumerable tips, tricks, examples, and stories - including some “insider insights” – The Healthcare Manager’s Guide to Labor Relations will be your go-to source for all your labor relations issues.
Scott Allan, JD, is the founder of The Allan Labor Group and curator of Healthcarelaborlaw.com. He’s spent over 25 years representing healthcare employers in their labor relations activities. He has worked in the public and private sector, represented rural nursing homes, small town clinics, state healthcare facilities, standalone hospitals, multibillion-dollar healthcare systems, and everything in between. He also spent seven years on the “inside” working for unions.