Author: Mercedes

This is Mario 2 – A LIVE Concert

Stater Bros. member Marium Bryant, also known as Mario, is spectacular! He has sung before our union members on a few occasions and is now LIVE IN CONCERT! Saturday, May 18, 2019 Forum Theater 4175 Fairmont Blvd., Yorba Linda, CA Tickets are $20/$25 at the door Doors open at 4:45pm Concert starts at 5:30pm For more information, visit: www.MarioBryant.com or email:...

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Disney CEO made 1,424 times as much as employees

Disney’s CEO made 1,424 times as much as his employees. An heir to the Disney fortune thinks that’s ‘insane.’ The Washington Post – April 22, 2019 – By: Isaac Stanley-Becker (WE SUGGEST CLICKING THE LINK ABOVE TO SEE ALL OF THE ATTACHED MEDIA FILES. THE TEXT OF THE ARTICLE FOLLOWS) Abigail Disney did the math. Last year, when Bob Iger, the CEO of Walt Disney Co., earned a bonus that brought his total compensation to $65.6 million, she discovered that he could have awarded a 15 percent raise to everyone who worked at Disneyland and still pocketed $10 million....

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UPDATE: April 22

Negotiations Update: Monday, April 22, 2019 Thank you to all that participated in our tabling actions this past week. We collected hundreds of signatures from customers supporting you and your co-workers. We met with Corporate negotiators and the federal mediator last week Thursday and Friday. We spent the first day bringing the federal mediator up to speed and informing him of our goals and concerns. We continue to advance and advocate for improvements to our contract that will increase our ability to get more hours, pay, and job security. Our goals at the bargaining table remain the same: Family-sustaining...

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Negotiations Update 4/5/19

Negotiations with Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons continued on April 3 and 4. We discussed many issues including scheduling and hours as well as wages and the increasing minimum wage. We are still a long way from an acceptable solution however we have explained the importance of these issues to our members. Bargaining resumes on April 18 and 19 and 5 dates in May. The Unions and the Companies have asked for the assistance of Federal Mediators who will be present at all future bargaining sessions. We will begin actions in front of the stores in mid April. We need...

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