News and Bargaining Updates

Día 2 de Negociaciones Locales: La empresa comparte sus intereses

Estamos complacidos de anunciar que tu Comité Negociador local se reunió de nuevo hoy con Kaiser para el segundo día Negociaciones Locales. 

La semana pasada compartimos nuestras prioridades con Kaiser. Ayer, El Comité Negociador tuvo la oportunidad de escuchar las prioridades y participar de una discusión breve. 

Algunas de las prioridades de Kaiser incluyen:  

We are happy to announce that your Local Bargaining Committee reconvened with Kaiser today for Day 2 of Local Bargaining. 

Last week we shared our priorities with Kaiser. Yesterday, the Bargaining committee had the opportunity to hear priorities and participate in brief discussion.

Some of Kaiser’s priorities include:

USW FAM, the community needs our help!

KP has oppened COVID vaccinations to ages 12 and up, for members and non members and will be accepting walk ups.

All hands on deck and lets get back to normal!

If you are interested in working some exta hours/overtime and helping out at the vaccination sites, please send your availability to the labor pool by clicking here
Needed: Physicians / Providers RNs LVNs Service Representatives Wayfinders / Traffic Control

Local Bargaining Kicks Off May 13

Our Local bargaining team consists of:

New Officer Announcement

4/30/21- An overwhelming number of members stepped up to have their voices heard  in our elections. See the results below.

 

Executive Board:

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En el pasado, los sindicatos pertenecientes a Kaiser Permanente negociaban todo de manera individual.

As many of you know, there were some issues with the Attendance portion of the 2020 PSP payout for many Alliance members, including many in our local.

After hearing from several of you and union leaders, Kaiser Permanente conducted an audit in the Southern California region and discovered a miscalculation of the Alliance Attendance PSP performance resulting in inaccurate PSP payments.

The Alliance has had ongoing conversations with Kaiser Permanente to monitor and confirm the audit was conducted correctly; we believe it was.