Eight out of ten Union members at Raley’s and Nob Hill support a strike if necessary; Company still tone deaf and posturing rather than bargaining
Raley’s is desperately trying to spin the results of the strike vote. But what would you expect them to say when faced with the reality of the situation?
Based on how inconsistent they've been bargaining up to this point, we're not surprised the company would say something so irrational.
Once again they are posturing instead of bargaining.
Eight out of ten Union members working at Raley’s and Nob Hill voted, in an overwhelming turnout, to support the Union calling a strike, if necessary.
The company's interpretation of the vote is yet another example of its insensitivity to your needs and sentiments. The company’s tone deafness has become so extreme, it's bordering on delusional.
I'm not sure what concerns me more: the fact the company may actually believe what they’re saying or the fact it is willing to so easily insult your intelligence.
It would be a shame for Raley’s to cause a strike because they continue to ignore what’s important to you.
Meanwhile, we remain confident cooler heads can still prevail if the company brings a levelheaded, worker-empathic, open-minded and good faith approach to bargaining.
The contract is on a day-to-day extension requiring three day’s advance notice by either party to cancel. A bargaining session is set for Friday, June 8 with the federal mediator.
Thank you for your support of your bargaining committee and remember, Solidarity Works!