National Bargaining in the News
Sacramento Business Journal highlights our negotiations
Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions began national bargaining on March 30—and the negotiations have gotten attention from the press in California, including an article in the Sacramento Business Journal and a report on KQED public radio.
The negotiations are likely to be the largest private-sector contract talks in the United States this year. Some 150 negotiators are coming together from all over the country every two weeks through June to craft the new national agreement, which serves as the union contract for more than 100,000 Kaiser Permanente workers represented by coalition unions.
Hear from union members, management and union co-leads and see how the next national agreement is being created: Watch a three-minute video that captures the spirit of the National Bargaining kickoff and view this slideshow from the first negotiations.
Stay up to date at bargaining2015.org.