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ACME Contract Negotiations Update - 11/15/16

ACME CONTRACT NEGOTIATONS UPDATE
FROM PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016

The Company presented the Negotiating Committee today with a second Company proposal in an attempt to reach an agreement with the Local Union.  Although there were several areas of progress, the proposal in its entirety falls short of our needs and fails to address many of our concerns.  A synopsis of the Company’s proposal is as follows:

1.  Proposed language to address inequities in the event of increases in the minimum wage.

Message from President John T. Niccollai - 8-1-2016

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI
MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2016

JOB OPPORTUNITY UPDATE

We would like to apprise all our A&P full-time and part-time members formerly working at the store in Patterson, New York, that ACME Supermarkets will be opening on August 19, 2016.

We are reproducing herein a request for job applicants regarding positions which need to be filled.  All positions presently open relate to part-time work, with the exception of the Coffee Bar Clerks.

Contract Update from President John T. Niccollai - 6-15-2016

CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE FROM
PRESIDENT JOHN T. NICCOLLAI
6-15-2016

Contract Update:  ShopRite, Stop & Shop, Kings, Foodtown & Westchester Independents

With two days left until our contract expiration, progress continues to be slow; but the good news is we are seeing some movement.  The Companies have taken off the table a number of concessions and givebacks relating to Seniority, Discipline, Holidays, Vacation and refusal to make contributions to our Legal and Educational Funds.

Contract Update from President John T. Niccollai - 4-21-2016

Contract Update: ShopRite, Stop & Shop, King's, Foodtown, & Westchester Independents

Stop & Shop Update - From President John T. Niccollai - 2/23/16

A MESSAGE TO ALL OUR STOP & SHOP MEMBERS & THEIR FAMILIES

RE: NEW ENGLAND NEGOTIATIONS

February 23, 2016

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As part of our great union family, we all have a responsibility to work together to improve and better the lives of all our members – regardless of what town we call home. Right now, more than 35,000 UFCW members in New England – represented by five Locals –are engaged in contract negotiations with the Stop & Shop Company. From the very beginning, these Locals have negotiated in good faith, and all we’ve asked of Stop & Shop is to do what is right by our members and their families.

The simple truth is that Stop & Shop is a success because of you and all our members who work there. It is because of your dedication and commitment to serving our customers and the communities we love, that Stop & Shop succeeds.

Instead of doing what is right, Stop & Shop presented contract proposals that were nothing short of a slap in the face to these men and women – people just like you.

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