“This contract provides for salary increases for each associated company, while the associated weekly contributions for health care benefits remain the same until 2021. This confirms our commitment to offering our employees a competitive advantage package. I appreciate our staff for the support of this agreement and for the excellent service they offer our customers every day. Kroger employees, who work with the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 in West Virginia, voted “overwhelmingly” in favour of a new employment contract. In a press release from a Kroger spokesperson, the mid-atlantic division agreement with UFCW Local 400 includes a salary investment of more than $20 million and investments of nearly $100 million that maintain outstanding health benefits. On Tuesday, November 17 at 4:00 p.m., we are hosting a Tele-Town Hall.m for Kroger West Virginia members to verify the preliminary agreement in detail. The vote will take place in stores from November 19 to 20. If you are un able to participate in the Tele-Mairie, copies of the company`s offer are provided on each voting page. www.ufcw400.org/…/members-vote-to-ratify-new-kroger…/ ROANOKE, Va.
– Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 who work at Kroger in the Roanoke area have successfully ratified a new three-year collective agreement that increases their standard of living and maintains their health and retirement services. We will vote Thursday and Friday on our next West Virginia kroger contract in stores. Visit our website to download a copy of the agreement and make a voting plan: although no contract is perfect, this agreement is a significant improvement over the last offer that we strongly rejected. The meeting allowed us to secure our health funding for the duration of the contract and to make other improvements that led to a fair agreement. According to UFCW Local 400 Communications Director Jonathan Williams, members 701-208 voted in favor of a three-and-a-half year contract guaranteeing: W… E have additional representatives in stores to answer your questions, an online strike center to help you prepare, and have trained more than 100 strike captains over the past two days.