DENVER (KKTV) – The employees of King Soopers, who were part of UFCW Local 7, were able to formally strike at any time.
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Local authorities 7 voted for a strike permit on the night of the evening. This means that they did not officially start to strike, but could at any time.
"Hard women and men of King Sooper and the city market are together for their families, their clients and their communities," the President said. "We need more jobs for a full time, not just for extra hours for employees who earned it, but because you deserve better customer service when you go shopping. not only in order to improve itself, but also to ensure that the stores are fully staffed when you make a purchase. "
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The date of the strike was not set according to the Local 7.
The reasons for the strike according to Local 7
• There is no increase in wages for about half of its employees over the next three years.
• Reduced payouts and increased health care costs.
• Reduced income for more than 10,000 elders in Colorado.
• Lack of salary increase or equal access to medical care to courtesy officers who
King Coopers submitted the following statement to 11 news articles on: "
" We have offered a good contract for our partners. is the achievement of an agreement that provides a durable and competitive wage package, benefits and a stable p At this stage, the union did not demand a cessation of work. We hope that they do not want and wait for the negotiations to continue. Now it works as always in our stores.  Click here to find out which stores are part of Local 7.