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KP-NUHW Bargaining Update, Jan. 24, 2022

This message is being sent on behalf of Debora Catsavas, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, KFHP/H; and Darin Tankersley, PhD, Chief of Medical Center Administration and Operations, TPMG. Last week our bargaining team completed its 15th bargaining session with NUHW.…

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Important KP-NUHW Bargaining Update

We have been negotiating with NUHW for more than a year and as we communicated in our bargaining session last Friday, we would like to bring this to a successful close and move forward. Last Friday we reiterated our excellent offer to the NUHW bargaining team as our “last, best and final” proposal — with a significant difference.
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Letter to Coalition-represented KP employees

Over the last few weeks, Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions have been working together toward a mutually beneficial national agreement, as we have done for decades. Unfortunately, for the first time in the 22-year history of our Labor Management Partnership, we have so far been unable to reach an agreement around wages and benefits at the small economics subgroup.
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Letter to mental health therapists: Important considerations as you vote

After a year of bargaining, capped by several weeks of real, meaningful progress, we have developed a comprehensive contract offer for your ratification. We are disappointed by the recommendation of your union to reject our comprehensive proposal, which reflects input from NUHW’s bargaining team, and instead, continue negotiations for the foreseeable future and needlessly postpone improvements that everyone deserves.
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Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions to begin negotiations

The following message was sent on Wednesday, April 17, to employees throughout Kaiser Permanente: We are pleased to announce that Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions will begin the bargaining process for a new KP-Coalition National Agreement today and tomorrow in Oakland. Our goal in these important bargaining sessions is to achieve a mutually beneficial agreement that advances the interests of our organization, our employees who are represented by the Coalition unions, and — most importantly — the members and patients we serve. Kaiser Permanente hires, retains, and develops the best people in health care, who are committed to our mission, and enables them to do their best work.
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