Kaiser Nurses Avert Strike and Get 22.5% Raise With New Contract

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Author: Katie Adams

About 22,000 nurses and nurse practitioners reached a tentative agreement with Kaiser Permanente,, averting what would have been the biggest private sector nurses strike in American history. These workers have been in negotiations since June, but they will soon vote to ratify a new four-year contract, which includes provisions for a 22.5% raise, increased nurse staffing and more.

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