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Company Overview of The Johns Hopkins Hospital
The Johns Hopkins Hospital engages in researching, teaching, and providing medical services to patients in the United States and internationally. It offers treatment services in various areas, including allergy and clinical immunology, anesthesiology/critical care medicine, brain tumors, cancer, cardiac surgery, cardiology, children health, dentistry, dermatology, ear, nose and throat, emergency medicine, endocrinology, eyes, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, gastroenterology, gynecology and obstetrics, head and neck surgery, hearing, heart, hematology, infectious diseases, internal medicine, and liver tumors. The company’s treatment areas also include medicine, nephrology, neurolog...
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
Founded in 1889
Key Executives for The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Vice President of Finance and Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Vice Chairman of the Trustees and Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine
President of the Johns Hopkins University
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Key Developments
Johns Hopkins Hospital and Union Reaches Tentative Contract Agreement
Jul 8 14
Johns Hopkins Hospital and a union representing 2,000 service, maintenance and technical workers reached a tentative contract agreement early after months of tense negotiation. The deal includes raises as high as 38% for low-wage workers over the next four and a half years. Members of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East are expected to vote on the proposal July 10 and July 11, 2014. The proposed contract falls short of the union's original demands, but leadership said they are pleased with the agreement. The union wanted Hopkins to increase pay for workers who had been with the hospital for at least 15 years to $15 an hour. The union also wanted $14 an hour pay for other workers. The hospital agreed to raise wages to $15 an hour for workers with 20 years, experience and to set pay at $14.50 an hour for workers with 15 years experience.
Johns Hopkins Hospital and Labor Union Ends Contract Talks Without Agreement
Jul 3 14
Johns Hopkins Hospital and the labor union that represents 2,000 service workers ended contract talks without an agreement July 1, 2014, despite intervention by the governor. The talks were the first since members of the 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East labor union called off a four-day strike after Gov. Martin O'Malley asked the two sides to take a one-week cooling-off period. No new bargaining date has been scheduled, but neither side has said it will suspend negotiations. The two sides disagree mostly on wage increases. The union, which represents janitors, housekeepers and other service workers, has sought a $15 minimum wage for workers with at least 15 years of experience in the second year of a proposed four-year contract. Workers now start at $10.71 to $27.88 per hour, depending on their jobs, and the union proposed that every Hopkins worker earn at least $14 an hour by the end of the contract. The union announced after the negotiations ended that Hopkins offered an across-the-board raise of about 1.5% in the first year of its proposed contract. The proposal would add an average of less than $3 million a year to Hopkins' payroll costs.
Service Workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital Set to Strike
Jun 25 14
Service workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital plan to begin a four-day strike after contract negotiations with the East Baltimore medical institution broke down. The 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East labor union, which represents 2,000 Hopkins workers, gave the hospital a strike notice last week in case an agreement was not met. The main disagreement is over wages, and Hopkins said it does not plan to make a better wage offer by June 27, 2014. The union, which represents janitors, housekeepers and other service workers, seeks a $15 minimum wage for workers with at least 15 years of experience in the second year of a proposed four-year contract. Workers currently start at $10.71 to $27.88 per hour, depending on their job, and the union proposed that every Hopkins worker earn at least $14 an hour by the end of the contract.
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