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Final national bargaining sessions with Kaiser Permanente executives ended with no progress.
Alliance Negotiators Keep Pushing To Improve Lives Of Patients And Workers; Kaiser Doesn’t Move On Key Economic Issues
Kaiser negotiators are continuing to insist on a substandard two-tier system with lower wages for new hires.
Kaiser Permanente Negotiators Far Apart on Economics; Some Progress on Safety and Dispute Resolution
We made progress on safety and dispute resolution, but KP is stuck on two-tier wages and 1% annual raises.
Last week, UFCW Local 400 President Mark Federici sent letters to corporate executives at Giant Food, Safeway, Kroger and Shoppers to demand the reinstatement of hazard pay at all Local 400 represented work places.
UFCW Local 400 members working at Kroger under the Richmond/Tidewater contract voted to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement.
Kaiser is proposing to pay all new hires much lower wages and pay current workers a 1% annual raise for the next three years.
Learn more about how two-tier wages weaken our union solidarity, job security, and patient care.
The close to 30,000 members of UFCW Local 400 have re-elected President Mark Federici and the entire Federici slate.
Join us for a Tele-Town Hall to review the latest contract proposal before voting takes place August 25-26.
Our current contract is on extension and all of the benefits and protections of your existing contract remain in place.
Even after three months of negotiating, KP has again failed to present an actual bargaining proposal to us.
Grocery Workers Union Calls for Reinstatement of Hazard Pay and Universal Indoor Mask Mandate to Protect Essential Workers As Delta Variant Cases Climb
The union is calling on leaders to provide hazard pay and reinstate a universal indoor mask mandate to protect essential workers.
Union representing grocery retail and other essential DC workers condemns decision to exclude “hero pay” from the budget
KP executives continued to complain our wages are too high without any mention of patient care and service.
In the coming weeks, we will begin negotiating our next union contract with Lipton. But first we need to hear from you!
Join our July National Bargaining Tele-Town Hall on July 22 and take action July 26-28 for #BestJobsBestCare at KP!
Call the DC Council and tell them to support Hero Pay for essential workers!
Thanks to your actions, we will be back at the bargaining table with Shoppers/UNFI the week of July 12.
Kroger can’t even get our schedules right, why would we trust them with our health care?
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