SPOTLIGHT: Kaiser Northern California lays off workers

Lower enrollment numbers have forced Kaiser Permanente to lay off 70 workers in Northern California. All of the cuts were nonclinical staff, with no union workers or employees in direct patient care laid off. Depending on seniority, severance packages ran anywhere from four to 39 weeks, with medical and dental coverage lasting between three and 12 months. Article

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