Kaiser Permanente, health unions avoid October strike with settlement

Kaiser Permanente has reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract with its service worker unions that avoids a planned October walkout.

The Oakland, California-based managed care consortium has been embroiled in contentious labor dispute with the unions that led workers to approve a weeklong strike slated to start on Oct. 14 that would include more than 85,000 workers, including 3,100 employees in Colorado. The agreement means that the strike will likely not happen now.

The agreement…

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