Allina CEO Ken Paulus won't take pay until nurses settle

[Star Tribune, May 26, 2010] The chief executive of Allina Hospitals & Clinics is voluntarily working without pay until the Twin Cities' biggest hospital chain reaches an agreement with its nurses.

After Twin Cities nurses voted overwhelmingly to authorize a one-day strike last week, Ken Paulus sent an e-mail to all Allina employees saying he had asked his board to suspend his pay as a way to "align our leadership with you."

Posted on May 26, 2010 in Allina Health SystemMNA ContractnewspapersStar Tribune

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