Kaiser Permanente and the Alliance of Health Care Unions

Negotiations End Without Tentative National Agreement

Room with 8' table with 2 men having a discussion

Left to right: Hal Ruddick, executive director of the Alliance of Health Care Unions, and Steve Shields, senior vice president, National Labor Relations and Office of Labor Management Partnership. 

Negotiators for Kaiser Permanente and the Alliance of Health Care Unions wrapped up their last scheduled bargaining session on Friday without tentative national or local agreements in place.

The parties have not agreed on wages and benefits.

The contract expires September 30, 2021, and to date, no new negotiation sessions have been scheduled.

KP and Alliance leaders praised subcommittee members for developing several key proposals that were adopted by labor and management on issues including patient and worker safety, and resolution of workplace disputes.

For the latest joint bargaining updates, visit bargaining2021.org.

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