Kaiser Permanente’s downtown Sacramento building is pictured. The health care giant has been dinged by the National Labor Relations Board, the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions announced Monday. But Kaiser disputes the conclusion reached by the union, which represents 85,000 employees, including some 1,300 in Fresno, who are seeking a new contract. The coalition also represents more than 2,000 workers based at Kaiser South Sacramento.
Kaiser Permanente’s downtown Sacramento building is pictured. The health care giant has been dinged by the National Labor Relations Board, the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions announced Monday. But Kaiser disputes the conclusion reached by the union, which represents 85,000 employees, including some 1,300 in Fresno, who are seeking a new contract. The coalition also represents more than 2,000 workers based at Kaiser South Sacramento. Anna Buchmann The Sacramento Bee
Kaiser Permanente’s downtown Sacramento building is pictured. The health care giant has been dinged by the National Labor Relations Board, the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions announced Monday. But Kaiser disputes the conclusion reached by the union, which represents 85,000 employees, including some 1,300 in Fresno, who are seeking a new contract. The coalition also represents more than 2,000 workers based at Kaiser South Sacramento. Anna Buchmann The Sacramento Bee