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Shoppers workers will be joined by elected officials to protest proposed cuts to their health care benefits.
Members voted 67-9 in favor of ratifying the new agreement with wage increases, increased time off, and no health and welfare cost hikes.
UNFI has been dragging its feet at the bargaining table for over a year now. It’s time to take action to demand the raises we deserve!
After meeting all week, progress has been slow but talks will continue next week.
Compare our proposals with what Kaiser Permanente has proposed at the national bargaining table.
Join us for a Zoom video conference and vote on our next union contract at Lipton.
Our National Agreement with KP expired as of midnight on October 1. All Alliance union members’ pay, benefits, and conditions of employment are protected under the National Labor Relations Act and working without a contract poses no risk to union members.
There is no doubt KP is financially strong. It’s equally true that KP’s success is because of the work we do every day. For our sacrifices, commitment, and dedication, we deserve more than 1%.
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We have sent them a clear message that we expect them to come ready to make progress and get a fair contract done.
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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.
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