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Negotiations Updates

BREAKING NEWS: Tentative Agreement Reached With Kaiser

By | Breaking News, KAISER PERMANENTE, Negotiations Updates

Hard Work and Determined Organizing Pay Off with Strong New National Tentative Agreement! Los Angeles, September 23 – After careful preparation, months of organizing in unprecedented numbers, and long days and nights in negotiating sessions stretching from May to September, we have finally secured a strong Tentative Agreement that met our key goals: a good wage increase, better benefits, new LMP and educational trust funds for our Alliance union members, and a plan to get our LMP back on track….

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Kaiser National Negotiations Update

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Los Angeles, September 19 – National negotiations continued from Monday morning until Wednesday evening, when the parties agreed to call for a break in ongoing talks. We addressed many issues including unresolved issues from local bargaining, pay raises, educational benefits, dental coverage improvements, retiree medical coverage, and a process to get the Partnership back on track. Bargaining will continue shortly as the parties work to reach a final settlement before the expiration of our National Agreement on September 30. We…

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RITE AID UPDATE: Response to Rite Aid’s Implementation Letter

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates, RITE AID

You probably saw the letter from Rite Aid HR threatening to “implement” their contract offer on their workers because “UFCW” won’t agree to their demands. A few things to keep in mind about this: UFCW = YOU. Everytime Rite Aid says “UFCW” they really mean “Rite Aid workers.” You are your union. They are doing this because they don’t want to bargain in good faith with you. This is the action of a disoriented and desperate company. After failing with the…

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Rite Aid Update: Negotiations and BOYCOTT Continue 9.10.18

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates, RITE AID

No new offers from Rite Aid, but the boycott and store actions by you are making a difference. Our boycott petition is nearing 2,000 signatures and our boycott lines at the store are tuning away hundreds of customers who choose to support Rite Aid workers like you by shopping elsewhere. The company is clearly feeling the pressure. If we keep this up, we are very optimistic about a fair deal – but we’ll only get it if we keep up…

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Coordinated National Negotiations Break Off with Key Issues Unresolved

By | KAISER PERMANENTE, Negotiations Updates

Los Angeles, August 30 – After two more days of negotiating on August 28 and 29, the Alliance Unions and KP were not able to agree on a comprehensive economic settlement, sending the sides back to the table on September 17. We are united and ready to do what we have to do to get a wage increase for all our members, protect our benefits, and get our partnership back on track with a realistic and workable plan. “We are…

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RITE AID FAILS TO OFFER NEW PROPOSAL 8.29.18

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates, RITE AID

Your union representatives continue to try and reach a fair deal at the bargaining table. Unfortunately, the lawyers negotiating on behalf of Rite Aid failed to move the negotiations forward. Your union negotiators held fast to the following: No elimination of the jointly managed health care plan No elimination of health care for senior citizen retirees No elimination of full-time positions Your union negotiators stand ready to reach a fair deal with Rite Aid. Unfortunately, Rite Aid’s lawyers refuse to…

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RITE AID UPDATE – New consumer polling results

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates, RITE AID

Last week your Union conducted public opinion polling around some of the busiest stores in Southern California. The results are overwhelmingly in our favor, and show that consumers support us in our efforts to get a fair contract. In fact, the results are decisive in showing consumers support us not only in spirit, but will honor our strike in large numbers if necessary. When asked who consumers trust more for information about our contract, 88% of consumers with an opinion…

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