Welcome to the Official Website of the OPEIU Local 30

This is a place for all members to visit to see what is going on in their respective areas. We intend to provide our members with responsible information, fun facts, and general communications on the actions and events of our Union.


To All OPEIU Local Unions, Guilds and Directly Affiliated Groups:

Union Plus, which offers Capitol One credit card options to union members – including OPEIU members – has relayed information to us about the Capitol One data security incident. According to Capitol One’s overview site, no credit card account numbers or log-on credentials were stolen. The data breached was credit card application data. Union Plus recommends the resources below for information about the breach and its impact on customers.

Impacted Union Plus cardholders will receive information directly from Capital One. Customers also are encouraged to call the customer service number on the back of their Union Plus card if they need any additional assistance. We will keep you posted as we learn new information from Union Plus.\

Overview of the situation


Tell Kaiser to Stop Committing Unfair Labor Practices!

Corporate healthcare is making America sick, and Kaiser is becoming the prime example: Stockpiling massive profits, enriching top execs instead of serving communities and bargaining in good faith with front-line caregivers who make it successful.

Tell Kaiser to Stop Committing Unfair Labor


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OAKLAND, Calif. - Leading Democratic presidential candidates are lining up behind 85,000 employees at Kaiser Permanente who are preparing to launch the country’s largest strike in more than two decades.

U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke recently tweeted support for Kaiser workers, who will begin voting in late July to authorize an unfair labor practice strike beginning in October 2019. It would be the nation’s largest walkout since UPS workers went on strike in 1997.


85,000 Kaiser Workers Prepare for the Largest U.S. Strike in More Than Two Decades as Contract Talks Stall

LOS ANGELES – More than 85,000 Kaiser Permanente workers are making preparations for a national strike to begin this fall as contract talks between the workers and the giant, non-profit healthcare corporation broke off Thursday without an agreement.

The workers are from multiple unions in California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia, Hawaii and the District of Columbia. Beginning in late July and continuing into August, union members will be voting to authorize their bargaining team to call the unfair labor practice strike. It would be the largest strike in the U.S. since the 1997 Teamsters strike at UPS.

KP National Bargaining

Telephone Town Hall – Friday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. Join the conversation!

Hello, this is Marianne Giordano your Executive Director/CFO from OPEIU Local 30 inviting you to a live Telephone Town Hall tomorrow Friday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss Kaiser Permanente National Bargaining. We’ll also be taking your questions live. It’s free to participate, just pick up the phone when we call tomorrow around 5:30 p.m.

The call will go out to the members who have signed up for mobile alerts. If you have not signed up yet, you can still join in by calling (855) 756-7520, extension 49304 pound. That number can be used to rejoin the call if for any reason your call gets dropped.

If you have questions about how to join tomorrow’s call, you can contact the Local 30 office at 619-640-4840. Thanks!


General Membership Meeting Dates

  • Thursday, January 25, 2024
  • Thursday, April 25, 2024
  • Thursday, July 25, 2024
  • Thursday, October 24, 2024


Local 30 Newsletters

OPEIU Local 30 Main Office

6136 Mission Gorge, Rd., Suite 214 
San Diego, CA 92120 
 Tel: (619) 640-4840 
Fax: (619) 640-4830 
Toll free: (866) 673-4830 


3117 N. 16th Street
Suite 120
Phoenix, Arizona 85016

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Fax: (619) 640-4830


4704 N Harlan St.,
Suite 220
Denver, CO 80212

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