Health care workers across 29 Kaiser Permanente facilities in the state, including Woodland Hills and Panorama City, plan to protest at select locations through April starting Wednesday.

Members of SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West organized the protests to demand Kaiser Permanente provide additional support as the pandemic continues, claiming that the Oakland-based health care giant slashed performance sharing bonuses despite $6.4 billion in profits last year.

SEIU members are also asking Kaiser Permanente to incentivize its workers to stay in their positions after a year of emotional fatigue and burnout from the pandemic and support the Health Care Worker Recognition and Retention Act.


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