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Service workers at St. Charles will vote in two weeks whether they want to get rid of their union. They narrowly voted to unionize a year ago, but have been unable to reach a contract agreement with the hospital. Chris Buck has worked as a tech in the emergency room for six years. He voted against the union a year ago, and will again when they vote again. “We are a hospital divided when it comes to service employees. People feel so passionate about this issue they're willing to forego personal relationship and that shouldn't be. I tried to be open that I'm against this movement, but I respect your right. But there definitely seem to be a division at work unfortunately.” The hospital is looking to vote sometime the week of March 19th.

 

 

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