According to a release, in a
"Many of these hardworking individuals have been employed by Kellogg's for decades. They have made their career working for your company. Yet rather than being rewarded for their hard work and loyalty, they have been forced off the job. Not only are workers without pay, but families are without health insurance, unsure if they can afford their prescriptions or visit a doctor. The result is that these workers, who help prepare the food that others eat each morning, must decide whether they can put food on the table or pay the bills."
Noting the harm that Kellogg is inflicting on the city of
"Kellogg's workers work hard. They deserve nothing less than fair pay, benefits, and full-time hours for their work. We sincerely hope that you will end this lockout and let your employees return to where they want to be: at work. We look forward to your response," conclude the Senators.
More than 220 workers have been locked out of their jobs at Kellogg's
The BCTGM represents more than 4,000 Kellogg employees throughout
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