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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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2019 Coalition Bargaining Update: Seeking Common Ground on Complicated Issues

Management and union representatives addressed complicated questions during the 2-day Kaiser Permanente-Coalition bargaining session in Los Angeles that ended Wednesday, May 29. At this point in the interest-based negotiations, as expected, the participants in each of the 3 subgroups worked on refining their common interests — a process that also exposed differing views.
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2019 Coalition Bargaining Update

The president of our Northern California Region, Janet Liang, opened the first Kaiser Permanente-Coalition bargaining session Tuesday sharing how early experiences shaped her values as a leader. She started at KP as an intern 27 years ago and never left.
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