Oregon Health and Science University

Physicians-in-training unionize at OHSU

About 830 doctors are about to become members of Oregon AFSCME.

Workers at OHSU ratify new deal after managers outed for trolling

Over 6,000 workers will get $1,000 bonuses and raises totaling 9.5% in new three-year deal.

Troll on the Hill

At OHSU, a union volunteer uncovered management bargaining team members engaging in obscene social media trolling, leading to the resignation of OHSU's director of human resources.

AFSCME Local 328 declares impasse at OHSU

A strike authorization vote will be held Aug. 19-29 if a settlement hasn’t been reached.

Union to OHSU: Health workers need sick days

As an early signal that they’re unwilling to make concessions in their next union contract, over 1,000 AFSCME Local 328 supporters rallied June 13 at OHSU.

Reversing course, OHSU agrees to recognize grad student union

The two sides have agreed to begin bargaining by March 15.

OHSU fights effort by grad student researchers to unionize

They work over 50 hours a week doing lab research, but OHSU says they're students, not workers.

OHSU grad students unionize with AFSCME

Union authorization cards signed by a majority of the 250 students were submitted Aug. 29.

Construction trades unions say goodbye to retiring OHSU president Joe Robertson

Robertson was lauded as a ‘Building Trades champion’ for transforming the South Waterfront and Marquam Hill with union labor.

New three-year nurse contract at OHSU

If ratified as expected members of Oregon Nurses Association would see wages rise more than 9 percent.

‘Unite for the Knight’ helps raise $508 million

Labor and management coalition part of OHSU effort to raise $1 billion for cancer research

Firefighters pitch in for Knight fight against cancer

Members from 18 IAFF locals contributed $21,000 toward the Knight Cancer Challenge.

Labor joins with business to raise funds to knock out cancer

Phil Knight’s $500 million pledge spurs labor to join business for OHSU cancer research

OR-FACE Program tracks and investigates work-related deaths

Logging was Oregon's most fatal industry in 2011

Oregon Nurses Association joins American Federation of Teachers

ONA says the move will enhance nurses' voice in an era of hospital consolidation and cost-cutting

Governor nominates Oregon unionists to key posts

Ken Allen, Michael Rose, Felisa Hagins and Ben Stange go before Senate for approval.

Three-year pact raises pay for 5,300 AFSCME members at OHSU

But gains are smaller for members who participate in PERS.