Past National Agreements
A series of national labor agreements between Kaiser Permanente and the Partnership unions have used the interest-based bargaining process to achieve industry-leading results. The first was in 2000, three years after the Labor Management Partnership was founded; subsequent agreements followed in 2005 (with a re-opener in 2008), 2010, 2012 and 2015, each building on the previous and developing fresh innovations.
Negotiations in 2018 resulted in the 2018 KP-Alliance National Agreement, which runs through Sept. 30, 2021.
In 2019, bargaining led to the 2019-KP Coalition National Agreement, which expires Sept. 30, 2023.
National Agreement Archives
2015 National Agreement
Get the 2015 National Agreement.
2012 National Agreement
The 2012 contract, available for download.
2010 National Agreement
The creation of an enhanced sick leave cash-out option.
2005 National Agreement
The contract that created unit-based teams and more.
2000 National Agreement
Check out the agreement for the new millennium.