August 4, 2015

Culture

Portraits in Partnership: A manager's point of view

07/28/2015 This video shows what it's like to work in Partnership at Kaiser Permanente from a manager's point of view. [ VIDEO 2:15 ]

Portraits in Partnership: A physician's point of view

07/28/2015 This video shows what it's like to work in Partnership at Kaiser Permanente from a physician's point of view. [ VIDEO 2:22 ]

Portraits in Partnership: A union worker's point of view

07/28/2015 This video shows what it's like to work in Partnership at Kaiser Permanente from a union worker's point of view. [ VIDEO 2:30 ]

Still a Whippersnapper After 15 Years of Service

07/20/2015 The advantages of working for KP have made several members of this Northern California family long-term employees [ SLIDESHOW ]

Like Mother, Like Daughter

07/20/2015 In Hawaii, KP helped Isabelle Serapion become a nurse. Now her daughter follows in her footsteps. [ SLIDESHOW ]

This Plan Was Made for You and Me

07/16/2015 A whirlwind tour through 70 years of KP and union history. From the Summer 2015 Hank. [ STORY ]

Free to Speak

07/16/2015 Bernard Tyson,chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente and the son of a union carpenter, on the role of the labor movement in our workplace's history. From the Summer 2015 Hank. [ STORY ]

A Colorado Family With a Web of Workplace Ties

07/20/2015 A nurse, a physician’s assistant, an ergonomics consultant and three more all have been proud KP employees in Colorado. [ SLIDESHOW ]

Four Women, Two Unions and One KP

07/20/2015 More than five decades after her great-grandmother worked for Kaiser Permanente, Danielle Layton is an advocate for partnership and UBTs. Among her KP colleagues and mentors are her grandmother and great-aunt. [ SLIDESHOW ]