Kaiser Execs Predict Financial Doom & Gloom
We all know that Kaiser has been making record profits — but they opened this bargaining session complaining “hard times” are ahead for the company.
They then presented their economic proposal that demands major cuts from us, including:
WE HIT THE BARGAINING TABLE WITH MOMENTUM
We entered bargaining this week with major momentum with members from every local of the coalition rallying to protect our patients and our families in our next contract.
WHAT KAISER WANTS:
Cuts to Our Jobs, Wages and Benefits. Kaiser wants us to agree to a contract with:
Dear KP and CSC members,
I am happy to report that Labor and Management have now agreed to sets of dates through May and June for National Bargaining. We have agreed to follow the normal format of bargaining in two to three day sets, every two to three weeks. We will also use sub-groups as in the past to take on issues and make recommendations to the Common Issues Committee (CIC) as we have done successfully in the past.
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