Paying dues is a reality for most union-represented employees. Even in right-to-work states like Arizona, most employees who are represented by a union pay dues. Dues do not “buy” or guarantee better pay and benefits—in fact, under a union contract, employees can get more, the same, or less than what they currently have. Knowing that, it’s important to look at how union dues could impact you and your finances.
The Dignity Health Arizona service area has a strong tradition of providing employees with opportunities to have a voice in our workplace. It’s fundamental to our values of collaboration, dignity, excellence, stewardship and justice.
Dignity Health’s annual open enrollment period is underway! This is the time to review your benefit options and make selections that are best for you and your family. Our comprehensive benefits package is considered among the very best in Arizona.
We've long been dedicated to making the Dignity Health Arizona service area a best place to work. With that in mind, we are committed to building a supportive and caring environment for our employees that takes into account work/life balance and makes adjustments for your personal needs.
We are deeply disturbed and dismayed by yesterday’s reports of union representatives and individuals with Dignity Health and Kaiser badges showing up unannounced at employees’ homes. So much so, that we want to be clear where we stand on this issue: At no time should our employees feel that their privacy, safety or security is being infringed upon.
Many of the questions we are currently receiving focus on union authorization cards/emails, what they mean, and how they are used. Union authorization cards are critical to the success of any union’s organizing campaign. If enough employees sign a union authorization card, the union can petition the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for an election seeking to represent those employees.
For the past few weeks, we’ve had out-of-state unions targeting Dignity Health Arizona staff members, trying to obtain their personal and employment information. As a result, we’ve decided to implement Let’s Talk, a publication that will answer your questions and keep you informed about facts concerning unions and unionization.
Since the safety update came out from the presidents on Friday, a number of employees have reported concerns about emails they are receiving.
As an update to the safety message that was sent to all employees two weeks ago, we have reason to believe that an out-of-state union is targeting Dignity Health Arizona employees and trying to obtain their personal and employment information. We also believe an out-of-state union organization is actively seeking an “electronic signature,” which an ...
The Dignity Health Arizona service area has had several reports of suspicious individuals trying to obtain personal information from our employees.