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Kaiser Permanente employees in Colorado say they plan to strike Oct. 4 if no deal reached

Union delivers 10-day notice to health care network, says deal is still possible
75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers to possibly strike in October
Posted at 9:15 PM, Sep 22, 2023
and last updated 2023-09-22 23:16:23-04

A union representing Kaiser Permanente Colorado employees announced Friday that it plans to strike for three days in early October, though it’s possible negotiators could still reach a deal before that happens.

Services Employees International Union Local 105 announced that it had sent Kaiser Permanente Colorado a notice that workers intended to strike from Oct. 4 to 6, if they haven’t agreed to a new contract by then.

The union represents about 3,000 of Kaiser Permanente’s 6,800 employees in Colorado, including technicians, licensed practical nurses and office workers. About 99% of those who cast ballots in late August said they were in favor of authorizing a strike this fall.

Kaiser Permanente Colorado has about 500,000 members and runs 33 medical offices. At the time of the strike vote, it said in a statement that negotiations were progressing and dismissed the vote as a pressure tactic.

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