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Future Ready speakers Priscilla Gill (left) and Dawn Nelson (right) of Mayo Clinic discuss the future of workforce learning with moderator Peggi Winter of Kaiser Permanente.
Get tips on future of workforce learning; view webcast recording for internal use
Teo's stay in the NICU after he was born led dad Trav Ichinose to become an active member of the team's parent advisory council, contributing his voice to improving performance.
Giving Patients a Voice
Caregivers get tips from patients.
March 17, 2015
Frontline workers have a key role to play in winning and keeping Kaiser Permanente members.
How to Help KP Grow
Why and how workers and their unions can help KP grow.
March 3, 2015
A process to follow up on abnormal test results is an important way Kaiser Permanente keeps patients safe and healthy.
Raising a Flag for Patient Safety
Patient outreach effort is winning awards—and saving lives.
Peter Sidhu, RN, left, demonstrates Ebola safety steps with Arjun Srinivasan, MD, an associate director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at KP-sponsored forum in November 2014.
Kaiser and Coalition Unions Reach Agreement on Ebola
A landmark pact protects workers who treat Ebola patients.
January 28, 2015
"If you are going to be a good partner, you have to have your partner’s interests in mind as well as your own," says Michael Belmont.
Good Partnering Methods Aren’t Just for the Bargaining Table
How to solve tough problems and preserve work relationships.
January 2, 2015
Interest-based bargaining: No one does it like we do it.
From the Desk of Henrietta: Revolutionary
Why interest-based bargaining benefits all parties.
By listening actively and clearly communicating their respective interests, union and management negotiators are blazing a trail for a new way of bargaining.
What's the Deal With Bargaining?
Interest-based bargaining is hard work, and worth it.
Why Go to All the Trouble?
Interest-based bargaining is imperfect—and the best way.
CIC members Sandy Woehler (union) and Kelli Kane (managment) review a bargaining proposal together.
What Makes Our Bargaining Unusual
It's like the United Nations, but more polite.
Focusing on Common Ground
How interest-based bargaining changes the game.
Groundbreaking From the Get-Go
A short history of national bargaining at KP.
Carol Hammill, a new UPR in Southern California, pictured with her management colleague Ursula Doidic
Around the Regions (Winter 2015)
A sampling of what teams across KP are doing in partnership.
January 1, 2015