Nursing home workers rally over staffing crisis, low wages, seek standards board

Los Angeles Daily News | May 24, 2022

Caregivers from eight Southern California nursing homes who say they’re underpaid and understaffed rallied Tuesday in Los Angeles, along with community leaders and Assemblyman Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, to bring attention to their concerns.

The workers, represented by SEIU 2015, gathered at the Fountain View Subacute and Nursing Center in L.A. They’re calling for the formation of a California quality standards board that would establish industry-wide standards for the state’s nursing homes and their essential workers.

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