Dear KP Pharmacists:
As your negotiations team, we need your support in order for all of us to win the strongest possible contract. After our first two negotiations sessions, we’re acutely aware of the need for a strong Contract Action Team to support our work at the negotiating table.
What is a Contract Action Team?
What happens at the table is only a small part of an overall contract campaign. What truly moves negotiations forward is what happens each day in the work place. Two-way communication between us and all of you must flow smoothly. Also, we might need you to support us at the table by taking action at the work place. When Kaiser sees that we are united as a union in taking action, progress at the table will become easier.
The Contract Action Team (CAT) is designed to create this two-way communication and unite coworkers together in worksite actions.
What do CATs Do?
- Collect member input on important issues for negotiations
- Keep members updated on negotiations progress
- Turn out members for meetings and actions to support the bargaining team
With you behind us, we know we will win.
Your KP Pharmacists Negotiations Team:
Christine Suh, South Bay – firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Szeto, LAMC – email@example.com
Gary Laird, San Diego – firstname.lastname@example.org
Houry Abajian, Woodland Hills – email@example.com
Jane Rumsey, Irvine – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawrence Louie, Baldwin Park – email@example.com
Lynette Varghese, West LA – firstname.lastname@example.org
Melany Yee, Irvine – email@example.com
Nancy Magnante, Panorama City – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nevine Gad-Bishara, Fontana/Ontario – email@example.com
Paul Chen, Downey CRP/MOPC – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phuong Denomme, San Diego – email@example.com
Robin Borden, Riverside – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheri Gotanda, Downey – email@example.com
Thomas Leong, Fontana/Ontario – firstname.lastname@example.org
Zdenka Manthei, Riverside – email@example.com