Unites more than 85,000 health care workers at Kaiser Permanente facilities in California, Colorado, Oregon, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington.

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#strikesgiving at Kaiser: Are you ready? 

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Take a Stand Against Two-Tier Wages and Benefits at Kaiser

The agreement between Kaiser and the Alliance of Healthcare Unions expires on September 30.

Kaiser is pushing an array of cuts for those workers, most importantly lower wage rates and eliminating Defined Contribution retirement benefits for new hires— a first step to reducing pay and benefits for all of us.

Sound familiar? Coalition workers narrowly averted a strike in 2019 to fight back these same cuts, and we must do everything we can to stop them again now.

“We are on the frontlines of this pandemic risking our lives, exhausting our bodies, and depleting our mental health fighting this pandemic. It’s demoralizing to hear that Kaiser thinks any of us are overpaid.”

DeAnna Andry, OPEIU Local 29, Unit Assistant, Richmond Medical Center, Northern California

Coalition Leaders Sharpen Skills, Prepare for 2023 Bargaining at Union Delegate Conference 

On August 13-14, more than 200 union members nationwide gathered virtually for the annual Union Delegates Conference (UDC). With 2023 National Bargaining on the horizon, member leaders walked away empowered and mobilized and discussed what’s at stake in our Partnership.