Kellogg union workers will know by Tuesday if tentative agreement is ratified.
We should find out on Tuesday if 14-hundred Kellogg union workers will accept a tentative deal with the food giant. Members of the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union walked off the job in early October.
Trevor Bidelman is the president of the BCTGM Local 3G. Speaking at a rally last Friday, he said he’s not impressed with this latest offer.
“It's a Trojan horse that's been given to us that's going to allow us to basically harm ourselves down the road”
Workers voted against a different agreement two weeks ago. They’re unhappy with the proposed two-tier hiring structure that would start new employees at a lower rate and offer fewer benefits.
Kellogg has threatened to hire replacement workers to cross the picket line.