This one-of-a-kind arrangement protects pension benefits members have already earned and ensures they can continue to earn strong pension benefits into the future.
Groundbreaking new contract mirrors Dem platform with unlimited sick leave, paid family leave, and $15 minimum wage.
Voting on the new contract will take place December 28 & 29.
Changes to pension plans voted on by UFCW members were officially ratified last month after all votes were counted across the country.
For Pamela Sebesky, a Local 400 member and 24-year Kaiser veteran who works as a cardiology nurse, public service is a way of life.
UFCW Local 400 mourns the loss of Mary LeBlanc, a generous spirit and loving individual.
Open enrollment for 2021 Health & Welfare benefits for all Kroger members is now available. Enroll by December 31, 2020.
UFCW Local 400 members working at Kroger stores under our West Virginia contract voted to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement.
Under pressure following a strike vote, Kroger agrees to fully fund health care.
The Shoppers contract is currently under extension. All of the benefits and protections of your union contract remain in place.
Local 400 was honored with the American Beverage Association Distinguished Service Award at the DC Appleseed Center for Law & Justice’s recent 2020 Gala.
We are ready to act if Kroger continues to insist on putting our health care at risk as the COVID crisis continues to get worse.
Contract negotiations continue after Kroger workers voted overwhelmingly to reject the company’s latest offer and to approve a strike in West Virginia.
By turning out to vote and engaging in political action, Local 400 members helped propel many recommended candidates to victory in the 2020 elections.
The current COVID-19 pandemic makes it impossible for us to conduct a traditional contract meeting. We will conduct an informational Zoom meeting on Friday, November 13, 2020.
Kroger is insisting on disastrous cuts to health care. We recommend you vote NO to reject this offer and vote YES to approve a strike.
COVID cases are up 30% since Kroger put out their latest offer but they’re still insisting on health care cuts.
Discussions between UFCW Local 400 and Ennis, Inc. have recently concluded.
Kroger’s latest proposal jeopardizes health care for thousands of associates under the West Virginia contract.
CHARLESTON, WV (October 27, 2020) – Union workers at Kroger stores are continuing demonstrations throughout the week to protest cuts to their health care benefits proposed by the company in recent contract negotiations.
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