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National & Local Tentative Agreements for Ratification

Here are the National and Local Tentative Agreements for your review. This is the same package that will be presented for a vote at the ratification meetings next week.

 

 

CONTRACT RATIFICATION MEETING SCHEDULE

MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT. We don't get an agreement until we vote on it and ratify it!

We have reached tentative National and Local Agreements with Kaiser Permanente including the California Service Center. The terms of these agreements will be presented to our membership for a ratification vote. All members in good standing in OPEIU, Local 30 are entitled and encouraged to participate in the ratification process.

At these meetings the contract offer will be presented and explained, there will be discussion on the terms, and finally members will be asked to vote to accept or reject the offer. All Local 30 members should plan to attend a ratification meeting and make their vote count. Voting will be allowed at any time during the meetings for members who wish to cast a vote and leave. For those members with questions or comments, the meetings scheduled will allow time for both.

4,200 Kaiser Permanente Workers in San Diego Vote to Join Nationwide Strike

SAN DIEGO – More than 4,200 healthcare workers at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego will be joining a nationwide strike beginning Oct. 14, after recently voting to authorize a strike against the healthcare giant. It would be the nation’s largest strike in more than two decades – affecting more than 80,000 workers in six states and the District of Columbia.

“We believe the only way to ensure our patients get the best care is to take this step,” said Robert Sparrow, an x-ray technician at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego. “Our goal is to get Kaiser to stop committing unfair labor practices and get back on track as the best place to work and get care. There is no reason for Kaiser to let a strike happen when it has the resources to invest in patients, communities and workers.”

STRIKE SET FOR OCT. 14

For the first time in the history of our Labor Management Partnership, we are headed for a strike at Kaiser Permanente.

Corporate healthcare is failing patients and workers — and Kaiser showed why they’re the prime example of this failure in our September 16 bargaining session, which ended without an agreement. Fourteen days before the expiration of our contract, Kaiser demonstrated it is not serious about avoiding an unfair labor practices strike. Kaiser continued to demean and disrespect us, our patients, and our families by demanding massive cuts to our jobs, raises, and benefits.

More Than 80,000 Kaiser Permanente Workers to Strike Nationwide Beginning Oct. 14

OAKLAND, Calif. – More than 80,000 Kaiser Permanente workers in six states and the District of Columbia will begin a nationwide, seven-day unfair labor practices strike Oct. 14. The strike will be the largest since the Teamsters strike against United Parcel Service more than two decades ago.

“We believe the only way to ensure our patients get the best care is to take this step,” said Eric Jines, a radiologic technologist at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles. “Our goal is to get Kaiser to stop committing unfair labor practices and get back on track as the best place to work and get care. There is no reason for Kaiser to let a strike happen when it has the resources to invest in patients, communities and workers.”
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General Membership Meeting Dates

  • Thursday, January 24, 2019 
  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 
  • Thursday, July 25, 2019 
  • Thursday, October 24, 2019

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OPEIU Local 30 Main Office

6136 Mission Gorge, Rd., Suite 214 
San Diego, CA 92120 
 Tel: (619) 640-4840 
Fax: (619) 640-4830 
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