Kaiser, Pharmacists Reach Tentative Deal on Pension Benefits To Avert Strike
On Thursday, Kaiser Permanente reached a tentative deal with a union representing more than 1,400 pharmacists in the health system to avoid a strike that was scheduled for Monday. As part of the agreement, Kaiser will restore pension benefits for some pharmacists and guarantee annual bonuses and at least 32 hours of work every two weeks for part-time pharmacists who are members of the union.
- "Kaiser, Pharmacists Reach Agreement To Avoid Strike" (Wolfson, Orange County Register, 5/29).
- "Pharmacists and Kaiser Reach Tentative Agreement, Averting Strike (Updated)" (Aguilera, "KPCC News," KPCC, 5/29).