The state of Ohio is among those states that have adopted a “no new regulations” policy.
The Ohio Department of Health and Human Services has been in a long fight with the states largest employers, the Ohio Department Of Education, to remove rules that require employers to disclose information about job openings, which the department deems to be “misleading.”
Ohioans for Responsible Nursing, a group that advocates for nursing home and hospital employees, and the Ohio Coalition for Healthcare Access and Quality have launched a campaign to change the policy.
A coalition of labor, community, and health care organizations called the Campaign for Fair Healthcare is working to repeal the rules, and a coalition of the American Nurses Association and Ohio State University has launched a petition drive to reverse the regulations.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is a proponent of the policies, and has even been quoted saying that he has “no idea” if he supports it.
The new policies would require nursing homes to use job titles on all job applications and would allow employers to “adopt” job titles in lieu of the actual title, and have the right to choose which job title to use, but not to dictate what is and isn’t appropriate.
“We’re trying to find out what is OK,” said Ohio State Nursing Association President Carol Hensley.
“They’re really trying to make it as safe as possible.
The only thing that’s not OK is not using the correct title.
They’ve been working for years to improve their lives and their health care. “
These are people that are in a really difficult situation.
They’ve been working for years to improve their lives and their health care.
It really is time to give them a voice.”
The new rules have been put on hold pending a federal judge’s ruling on whether the Ohio law violates federal labor laws.
Hens, who is currently working to bring the new rules to a vote in the Ohio legislature, told Vice News that the federal court ruling will allow her group to continue its campaign to repeal “no-new-regulations.”
“We’ve been able to fight these regulations since before the state of Michigan came in,” Hens said.
“It’s been very hard.
It takes a lot of time.
It costs a lot.
We’ve spent a lot more than we expected, and we’ve lost many of our supporters who’ve been with us.
If you don, you’re going to be a liability. “
What I’ve learned from working in the nursing home world is that if you don’t like it, don’t do it.
A similar issue has arisen in Texas, where the state has had to fight to allow nursing homes, hospitals, and other health care providers to use new job titles as they expand. “
There’s so much more to life than what is on a job application, and I think people need to realize that.”
A similar issue has arisen in Texas, where the state has had to fight to allow nursing homes, hospitals, and other health care providers to use new job titles as they expand.
“The governor of Texas has stated that this is an issue he’s going to fight and fight hard to get the job titles out,” said Dan Riedel, a spokesperson for the state’s health department.
“As soon as a federal court ruled that these regulations are not discriminatory, the governor immediately began to amend them, including allowing health care professionals to use different job titles.”