A statement from John Nelson, vice president, Kaiser Permanente.
Employees represented by the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions have been offered attractive wages and benefits and the chance to partner on workforce shortages.
We are disappointed that some union leaders are choosing to make false allegations and pursue an adversarial, destructive approach as part of their bargaining strategy.
Statement by Arlene Peasnall, senior vice president, Human Resources, Kaiser Permanente.
Common Issues Committee to consider joint recommendations during next, as-yet-unscheduled, bargaining session.
Interest-based bargaining strengthens our partnership and leads to innovative solutions.
Interest-based bargaining process begins for a new, mutually beneficial KP-Coalition National Agreement.
Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions to bargain April 17, 2019.