Recent Press Releases
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.
Workers at DC Holistic Wellness have become the first cannabis dispensary staff in DC to unionize.
With “hero pay” already gone, store workers are outraged after Kroger proposes cuts to health care amid pandemic.
Kroger workers in West Virginia are staging car caravan protests in Charleston, Beckley and Parkersburg to call on the grocer to negotiate a fair union contract.
In a historic vote, office staff working for the Democratic Party of Virginia have unionized with UFCW Local 400.
With workplace cases continuing to accumulate, union grocery workers staging 18 simultaneous protests to reinstate hazard pay at Giant, Safeway & Kroger
Kroger workers are staging car caravan protests in eight cities after the company ended “hero pay.”
The company plans to end hazard pay and loosen safety measures in stores despite ongoing danger facing workers.
UFCW Local 400 Applauds Governor Northam for Requiring Masks in Grocery Stores, But More Testing Must Be Priority
Requiring customers to wear masks is an important step, but access to testing is critical to ensuring frontline workers are safe on the job.
The union is calling on the company to extend the bonus indefinitely until the end of this crisis for all Kroger associates continuing to work.
For all media requests, please contact Jonathan Williams, UFCW Local 400 Communications Director. Call (301) 577-6687 or fill out the form below.