As we head back into bargaining for our next national contract this week, Kaiser has announced its highest single-quarter profits ever: $3.2 BILLION.
We, the workers at Kaiser, have played a huge part in building this success. Yet instead of sharing in the success all we see are record company profits, skyrocketing reserves, and growing executive salaries.
Kaiser is looking for cuts that would hurt our families and our patients . . .
Dear Local 30 members,
I am pleased to report to you that we will return to the bargaining table to resume negotiations for a new National Agreement. Labor and management will begin meeting on April 18th in Oakland.
The sides reached agreement this week to restart the bargaining and work out the terms of the National Agreement together, and to rebuild our Partnership and continue the great work we have done together over the past 20 years.
Local 30’s bargaining team members are: CIC members Marianne Giordano, Annette Baxter and Roger Lester. And observers Jon Larson, Catherine Engler, Michael Ramey and Mark Englehart. Walter Allen continues to be involved as the Interim Executive Director for the Coalition.
There will be much more information coming about National as well as local bargaining. As promised, we will continue to provide updates along the way.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 OPEIU Local 30 Scholarship Fund & Student Debt Relief Awards. Each award is in the amount of $1,500.00.
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