Important News---Workers at Kelloggs Get NLRB Attention
NLRB Charges Kellogg with Unlawful Conduct in Memphis Lockout
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a complaint Thursday against the Kellogg Co., charging the cereal maker with violating federal labor law in its more than five-month lockout of 22 workers at its Memphis, Tenn., plant.
The NLRB complaint charges Kellogg with acting unlawfully when it made unlawful demands by insisting on the union’s agreement to change terms of an existing contract while it was still in effect and locking out its employees to achieve that result.
Durkee said the NLRB’s action is the “first step in validating all that the BCTGM and our locked-out members have consistently said since the beginning of this tragic lockout.”
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