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Patricia DeVinney

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Employment History

  • President
    Local 1168/Nurses
  • President

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of Executive Board
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Web References
Vol, 12 Feb 2001 [cached]
Patty DeVinney, president of Local 1168/Nurses United, said a major sticking point in bargaining was the hospital's demand to shift all employees into its lowest paying health plan.Also, nurses with families and small children were being required to work unlimited overtime, often double shifts.
The nurses went on strike April 6 after rejecting management's "final" offer, DeVinney said.The hospital brought in the Littler, Mendelson law firm as consultants and paid as much as $5,000 per week plus travel and lodging for replacement nurses brought in from Denver, Colo., by U.S. Nursing Corp.
"Their goal was to bust us and they thought the (local) nurses would fall apart immediately, but they didn't," DeVinney said."The entire nursing community was watching this very closely.I think they were trying to bust the entire Catholic Health System."
Viasystems Moves Richmond Work to China
The announcement by Viasystems Group Inc. that it was shutting down its Richmond, Va., circuit board facility and moving that work to China is just the most recent example of how U.S. trade policy acts to destroy good-paying jobs and encourages companies to seek out the lowest possible labor and environmental standards, CWA charged.
Nurses United CWA, 8 July 2009 [cached]
Debora Hayes, Patricia DeVinney, Terri Schelter and Sharon Schultz were part of the bargaining committee and Executive Board that mobilized and negotiated the first contract for eight hundred nurses at the Buffalo General Hospital.
From 1987 Patricia DeVinney served as the Executive Vice President and was involved in organizing the employees at the DeGraff Memorial Hospital. Patricia now serves as the President of the CWA Local 1168 and continues to be committed to the membership through education, mobilization and a commitment to obtaining health care to all Americans.
President: Patricia ..., 26 July 2005 [cached]
President: Patricia DeVinney
CWA: Get the News, 1 July 2001 [cached]
Patty DeVinney , president of CWA Local 1168 , talked about the challenges of organizing health care workers.
Local 2202 Elects Officers and Convention Delegates, 25 April 2001 [cached]
Patricia Devinney, President of CWA Local 1168, who represents nurses in Buffalo, NY talked about their fight with the hospitals on achieving better working conditions and pay.
Each day we attended seminars on education, stress, women's health, elder care, organizing, coalition building and parliamentary procedure.
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