Kellogg's threatens to outsource jobs to Mexico
Brothers and Sisters,
BCTGM Local 3G members have worked through the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. And while these frontline workers put their hearts into their work, Kellogg continues to threaten to outsource jobs to Mexico.
Denying workers in Battle Creek quality healthcare and retirement benefits, slashing holiday and vacation pay during a pandemic is unforgivable. Kellogg is making these demands as they rake in record profits, without regard for the well-being of the hardworking men and women who make the products that have created the company’s massive profits.
Michigan’s labor movement stands in solidarity with striking BCTGM Local 3G members in Battle Creek and across our country. Kellogg must now leave the breakfast table, act in good faith at the negotiating table, and work earnestly to reach a truly great agreement that benefits the hard working people of Battle Creek.
Join us and our BCTGM Local 3G brothers and sisters on the picket line at 425 Porter St in Battle Creek, MI. When one of us is on strike, we all are. Their picket line is our picket line and we must show our support!