Kaiser Permanente Northern California Agreement

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The interim agreement also includes what both sides see as a joint effort to re-establish a partnership between workers and management. As a result, Kaiser will commit $130 million to fund a human resources development program that will address the continuing shortage of health care personnel, improved patient care technology and a ban on outsourcing or outsourcing identified jobs in the health sector. The Permanent Emperor and the Coalition of the Permanent Imperial Union have entered into a four-year interim collective agreement that covers 67,000 permanent Kaiser unionized employees in California and about 20,000 additional workers in six other states, including Washington, D.C. The interim agreement would avoid a national strike that was due to start on 14 October. The workers` national employment contract expired on September 30, 2018, and in December “the National Labor Relations Board accused the permanent emperor of not negotiating in good faith,” the union said in its September 16, 2019 statement announcing the nationwide strike in October. Coalition of Permanent Kaiser Trade Unions: For more information on local agreements of coalition unions, including expiry dates, see the 2015 national agreement, Appendix 3.D. If you have questions about the validity dates of a local coalition union contract, please read Appendix 3.D (page E-55). Kaiser`s coalition of permanent unions consists of 11 local unions from three international unions. The National Union of Healthcare Workers, which has been negotiating with Kaiser for more than a year to improve the shortage of staff medicine specialists in northern and southern California, has no impact on patient access to care. If ratified, the four-year contract between Kaiser and seven unions in six states and the District of Columbia would prevent a nationwide strike that was scheduled to begin on October 14. “This agreement will allow us to rebuild the collaboration that is so important to all of us in work management to enable Kaiser to succeed over the past 20 years,” said Georgette Bradford, a SEIU-UHW member and ultrasound specialist at Kaiser in Sacramento.

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