This vote has sent a powerful message to Kroger that they must do better if they expect us to ratify a contract.
No strike yet, but work stoppage could come any moment.
Our office phones and internet are temporarily down due to an outage and we are working to restore service. Our office will reopen on Friday, March 1 at 8:30 a.m.
UFCW local unions have loudly and soundly opposed the proposed mega-merger of Kroger and Albertsons since day one.
Major issues include inadequate wage increases that don’t keep up with inflation, unacceptable increases to health care costs, and more.
Our union and the bargaining advisory committee unanimously recommend you vote NO to reject this offer and vote YES to approve a strike.
With less than 48 hours to go until expiration, your union’s bargaining team has continued to meet with Kroger to work toward a fair contract that meets our goals.
Join us for another series of rallies at select stores and let’s keep the pressure on Kroger!
UFCW members and their children can apply for a scholarship of up to $8,000 each.
Join us at a rally near you and show Kroger we are willing to do what it takes to win the contract we deserve.
DMV farmers market staff are first in the country to secure a collective bargaining agreement.
Read the latest update on negotiations and help us put a stop to managers doing union work.
Join us for a Zoom video meeting to review the proposed contract before voting.
Bargaining over our next Kroger West Virginia contract has begun. Read the latest update and take our brief survey on workplace safety.
Our team of union members has more than 128 years combined experience in Kroger stores.
The companies have provided their final offers on our new contracts that we are presenting to the members for a vote without recommendation.
“This was awesome, one of the best contracts we’ve ever had!”
Join us for an upcoming contract meeting to help us to shape our strategy and prioritize our goals for contract negotiations with Kroger.
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Economist Report Goes Deep into Economic Analysis of Proposed Mega Grocery Store Merger and the Harms to Working Communities
A new report predicts devastating impacts on workers if the Kroger/Albertsons merger is allowed to proceed.