Georgia-based Kaiser Permanente workers vote to authorize strike

November 04, 2021 / PSU-AAUP

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

by Tamar Hallerman

November 2, 2021

Health care workers from Kaiser Permanente’s Georgia locations voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike as unions continued to butt heads with management over pay and other benefits.

Some 96% of nurses, pharmacists and other health care and technical staff who are members of the Suwanee-based United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1996 voted over the last week to authorize the work stoppage, the union announced Monday.

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