On Tuesday, June 16, the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions held a Bargaining Council Endorsement Conference in Los Angeles with more than 400 union delegates in attendance. During this meeting, delegates reviewed and endorsed the 2015 Tentative Agreement. The tentative agreement
Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions have reached a tentative agreement in the largest private-sector contract talks in the United States this year. The national contract will cover 105,000 unionized Kaiser Permanente health care workers in 28 local unions.
The Total Health and Workplace Safety subgroup’s goal is to find ways to help Kaiser Permanente employees enjoy long, healthy, productive lives. It will expand upon the achievements of the 2012 National Agreement, and also address how Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Per
This week, nearly two hundred people from Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions met in Manhattan Beach, California. They broke into subgroups to discuss management and union interests for 2015 National Bargaining. The talks, which will determine the future di
Hundreds of frontline workers, managers and top leaders from Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions gathered in Costa Mesa, California, this week to kick off negotiations on a new national agreement. The talks will determine the future direction of the Labor
Kaiser is about to start bargaining with 100,000 workers. Here’s how it will work Sacramento Business Journal, Mar 27, 2015 by Kathy Robertson Kaiser Permanente sits down at the table next week to talk with a coalition of national unions that represent its workers. It will begin
An important message from Dennis Dabney, senior vice president, Labor Relations and Labor Management Partnership, Kaiser Permanente; Hal Ruddick, executive director, Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions; and Jim Pruitt, vice president, Labor Relations and Labor Management Partnership