Union News

Retail Negotiations update 04/19/19

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates

We met with corporate negotiators and the federal mediator yesterday and today. 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 a voice on the job. Our goals at the bargaining table remain the same: Family-sustaining Fair Wages Work should provide wage increases that make ends meet…

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Retail Food Negotiations Update

By | Breaking News, Negotiations Updates

Negotiations Update- We consulted with the pension and benefit specialists and discussed our current benefit plans. We met with Albertsons/Vons/Ralphs negotiators and exchanged numerous non-financial proposals. Nothing has been agreed to at this point. Our next negotiations are set for April 3rd and 4th. Respectfully Todd

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Research study on the impacts of scheduling..

By | Uncategorized

We are doing research on the impacts of scheduling. Is it possible for you to participate in a quick 7-10-minute survey for a study on how scheduling practices affect workers? Researchers from San Diego State and Center on Policy Initiatives hope the survey helps inform better policy on scheduling issues. Your experience is valuable and your participation would be extremely helpful. Participation is completely anonymous. At the end of the survey, you are welcome to enter a lottery to win…

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