McLaren Central Michigan announced Friday they reached a tentative contract agreement with the Michigan Nurses Association.
This agreement avoids a potential strike.
Nurses had been working without a contract since November of last year.
“The bargaining committees have worked hard for more than six months to reach an agreement that provides our nurses with market-competitive wages and benefits that address nurses’ concerns,” said McLaren Central Michigan President and CEO Robert David. “We believe the new agreement also allows us to continue delivering the high-quality care our community expects from their community hospital.”
The agreement comes a day after MyMichigan Alma nurses reached a tentative agreement with their hospital.