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Baldwin Park (Kaiser)

Officers

Jennifer De Los Reyes, RN
Hospital Co-Chair
Teresa Sagal, RN
Clinic Co-Chair
Leigh Reza, RN
Treasurer
Vuena Loyola, RN
Secretary
Alexandra Bermudez, RN
Representation Coordinator
KBPRNA Officer Contact Info
Cell: 626-851-7494
Email: kbprna@unacuhcpaffiliate.org

Staff Representative

Mike Zackos, RN
Staff Representative
Email: Mike.Zackos@unacuhcp.org

Baldwin Park (Kaiser) News

Orange County UNAC/UHCP Members Rally for Wisconsin

Posted on February 26, 2011

UNAC/UHCP members took part in the Orange County Labor Federation’s candlelight vigil in support of the Wisconsin workers at the Santa Ana State Office Building.

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Advanced Union Training Strengthens Affiliates

Posted on January 5, 2011

UNAC/UHCP provides an Advanced Labor Management Training that offers a practical application of the skills learned from the introductory Basic Labor Management Training to guide members in effective resolution of grievance, arbitration, corrective action and other issues at their affiliates. UNAC/UHCP held its most recent Advanced Labor Management Training in November with nearly 30 members […]

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Kaiser National Agreement Overwhelmingly Ratified – July 7, 2010

Posted on July 7, 2010

The votes are in and the results are clear: the Kaiser National Agreement was overwhelmingly ratified by UNAC members. Ballots were mailed the week of June 28, and voting was complete the week of July 6. The new Agreement provides for 3.5% across-the-board wage increases on October 1 of 2010 and 2011 for UNAC/UHCP-represented RNs, […]

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Kaiser National Negotiations Underway – May 7, 2010

Posted on May 7, 2010

Negotiations for a new national agreement started in early April between Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions, including UNAC/UHCP. Three multi-day sessions have been held, and a fourth session is scheduled in late May. Negotiations are being conducted by a 111-member Common Issues Committee (CIC). The CIC is composed of 68 union […]

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UNAC/UHCP members lobby on SB 1111 during AFSCME California PEOPLE Convention

Posted on March 20, 2010

United Nurses Associations of California/Union of Health Care Professionals (UNAC/UHCP) members and staff participated in the AFSCME California State Convention in Sacramento on March 14 and 15. Members from all eight AFSCME California affiliates came together to vote on the political endorsements for public office. The second day of activities included visiting the Capitol to lobby representatives in the California legislature on bills relevant to our UNAC/UHCP affiliates; in particular, SB 1111 on reforming the Board of Registered Nursing

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Kaiser National Agreement Reopener Approved by Huge Margin – October 13, 2008

Posted on October 13, 2008

The Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions (of which UNAC/UHCP is a part) and the Kaiser Permanente Partnership Group (the senior leadership team of health plan and physician executives) have approved the 2008 reopener of the 2005 National Agreement. The union vote was overwhelming in favor of the agreement, passing it by a 96 percent margin. […]

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Members Make Contract Strides at St. Francis, Kaiser

Posted on September 15, 2008

UNAC/UHCP members are making terrific strides in contract negotiations. The bargaining team from the St. Francis Registered Nurses Association won a strong new contract that includes across-the-board wage increases, new resources to help nurses further upgrade their skills and education, and the creation of a new category rewarding nurses who earn a master’s degree. SFRNA […]

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Members Make Contract Strides at St. Francis, Kaiser – September 15, 2008

Posted on September 15, 2008

UNAC/UHCP members are making terrific strides in contract negotiations. The bargaining team from the St. Francis Registered Nurses Association won a strong new contract that includes across-the-board wage increases, new resources to help nurses further upgrade their skills and education, and the creation of a new category rewarding nurses who earn a master’s degree. SFRNA […]

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