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Title
Kimberly Cole interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel and Donald Eugene Stacy, 2015-05-05
Type
Moving Image
Subject
Cole, Kimberly, 1961---Interviews.
Caregivers--Labor unions--Oregon.
Caregivers--Oregon--Interviews.
Collective bargaining.
Disability evaluation.
Health insurance.
Home care services--Oregon.
Humor in the workplace.
Industrial relations.
Job stress.
Labor contract.
Labor unions.
Wages.
Salem (Or.)
Genre Form
video recordings
Filmed interviews.
Interviews (Sound recordings)
Interviews.
Oral histories.
Language
English
In English
Geographic Coverage
Oregon
Identified By
Lccn: 2017655497
Summary
Home care worker Kimberly Cole talks about her experiences as a care giver. Begins by talking about previous job and then discuses challenges and rewards of working for difficult clients. Credits union for assisting her personal and professional growth and feels heartened that the community is increasingly aware of the important role played by care workers. Insightful discussion--mentions the Special Olympic and her belief that the "woman she cares for has made her a better person."
Capture
Recorded at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 503, Salem office, Salem, Oregon, May 5, 2015.
Authorized Access Point
Cole, Kimberly, 1961- Kimberly Cole interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel and Donald Eugene Stacy, 2015-05-05
Authorized Access Point Variant
Bussel, Robert, 1951- Kimberly Cole interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel and Donald Eugene Stacy, 2015-05-05
Stacy, Donald Eugene, 1970- Kimberly Cole interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel and Donald Eugene Stacy, 2015-05-05
Occupational Folklife Project, Kimberly Cole interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel and Donald Eugene Stacy, 2015-05-05