Author: Shawn Ashe

Tentative Agreement! – Food Contract!

Members: We are proud to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached with both companies. We know the road to get here has been a long one for you and your co-workers. Your dedication to standing up for good jobs – engaging tens of thousands of customers with over 200 community rallies and store actions – has been the driving force behind getting a deal that you can be proud to have stood up for. Because you are part of a union family, you have a voice, and a vote. Let’s make it count. Your vote is what...

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Negotiations Update – 08/25/2019

Members: Today was the last day at the table for this week, and after 4 days of negotiations, Kroger and Albertsons continue to only offer nickels in wage increases while violating labor laws and your rights during negotiations. We believe that one good job should be enough to provide for you and your families, your employers think that one more nickel should be enough. All Southern California Locals will be holding meetings starting September 9th to vote to accept or reject the employers’ final offer. We have also filed unfair labor practice charges against both companies and will provide...

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Negotiations Update – 8/1/2019

Negotiations wrapped up this week with management giving proposals on wages, pension, and health care, but the truth is, their proposals are unreasonable and insulting. We know that you are increasingly feeling the pressure of understaffing and low wages, but management’s proposals are significantly less than what you deserve. That’s why we must continue to engage our co-workers, stores, communities, and customers and increase the pressure on management. We will continue to negotiate for a contract that ensures that all current and future jobs at Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons and Pavilions are good jobs and will not settle for anything...

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Negotiations Update – 07-19-2019

Negotiations this week centered around wages and scheduling. While we made proposals to increase minimum hour guarantees, protect your schedules, and plan for the future of work, the companies at the table are continuing to put your livelihoods at risk. The hard work and dedication that you bring to your customers and stores every day deserves to be recognized with a contract that protects your healthcare, wages, and your ability to provide the very best customer service in your stores. We will be back at the table July 30, 31 and August 1. There is still more work ahead...

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