Employee Data Stolen From UHW Offices, Kaiser Says
Law enforcement officials have determined that the theft of personal data for 29,500 Kaiser Permanente workers in Northern California occurred at the offices of United Healthcare Workers-West in July 2007. Kaiser provided the employees' personal information to UHW as part of a "remittance of dues payments," according to a press release.
- "Kaiser: Stolen Data Was From Union Offices" (Kleffman, Contra Costa Times, 2/28).
- "Kaiser Says Union Source of Stolen Employee Data" (Oklobdzija, Sacramento Bee, 2/28).