Thread regarding Hy-Vee layoffs

Would Union make things better for the worker?

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I worked in an org that had an union, it was not good.

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Post ID: @2dtb+1heRLV5U

@idw. UFCW depends on the local. Some locals are better than others.

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Post ID: @zwh+1heRLV5U

The union that represents grocery workers is your local UFCW. United Food and Commercial Workers.
Info can be found here

https://www.ufcw.org/start-a-union/

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Post ID: @idw+1heRLV5U

At this point I would have to say yes to unionizing. We are being walked all over without representation. Unions offer pensions and training for specific positions as well as wage and benefit negotiation for it's members. At one point in Hy-Vee's history we wouldn't even consider unions as we were very well taken care of by the company and treated well. Today it's a whole different story. I have been with Hy-Vee for over 15 years.

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