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Cultivating joy in work can lead to greater fullfilment and less stress.
How to get that feeling of success and fulfillment that comes from doing work that matters.
"I look at (partnership) as a marriage," says Denice L. Washington, an OPEIU Local 29 business representative who is the labor co-lead to the Northern California LMP Steering Committee. "You have to work at a marriage every day. Don’t take it for granted....There are hard conversations that have to happen, and you’ve got to have the ability to trust your partner and be open and receptive to ideas."Visit the Humans of Partnership page for more 20th anniversary reflections.
Past, Present and Future
Voices from the front lines, on LMP's 20th anniversary.
September 5, 2017
Empowering health care workers, managers and physicians to come together in teams and improve performance has been the crown jewel of the Labor Management Partnership.
Partnership Beats the Odds
Why 20 years of partnership is something to celebrate.
August 18, 2017
Facility and regional ratings, as well as more rigorous team assessments, are part of the 2015 National Agreement.
Meet Your National Agreement: New Standards for All
How to ensure we are always getting better.
December 7, 2016
Robert Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, and former Secretary of Labor, made the economic case for worker engagement during his keynote address.
When Every Day Is Partnership Day
Could everyone have a partnership like ours? Yup.
August 18, 2016
Sponsors Joseph Gonzales, senior radiology manager, and Rebecca Torres, pharmacy technician and SEIU Local 105 member
Around the Regions (Fall 2012)
Eight quick hits on work being done in partnership.
November 1, 2012