Independent studies into the Labor Management Partnership.
How Labor-Management Partnerships Improve Patient Care, Cost Control, and Labor Relations [opens PDF]
A 2012 Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations study of labor partnerships at three health care systems, including Kaiser Permanente.
This 2011 Harvard Business Review article shows how Kaiser Permanente, our Labor Management Partnership and other leading organizations are redefining way companies do business.
Researchers from Rutgers University, Johns Hopkins and Kaiser Permanente identified five key enablers of unit-based team performance and development (2011).
This report traces the landmark 2005 labor negotiations and the resulting five-year contract (2006).
This MIT report analyzes LMP's evolution from 2002 to 2004 and identifies issues and challenges that emerged in those years (2005).
An independent survey showed high and growing job satisfaction, mixed but improving attitudes toward KP, positive attitudes toward unions, and optimism about our Labor Managment Partnership (2005).
MIT researchers trace the early evolution of the Labor Management Partnership from its inception in 1997 to June 2002 and identify critical issues facing the parties (2003).