Schnucks again expands flex work program

The St. Louis-based grocer, which is currently in in contract negotiations with workers, continues to expand the offering, which gives employees greater flexibility in selecting available shifts through the grocer's scheduling app.


UFCW Local 88 authorizes possible strike against Schnuck Markets

The union argues that the contract offered by the St. Louis grocer fails to provide competitive wages and would jeopardize members’ healthcare plan.

Union said its members employed by the two supermarket giants “need more than vague promises about their future.”

Segment adds more jobs despite uptick in U.S. unemployment rate.

The U.S. Department of Labor said it found blocked aisles, emergency exits and more at nine of the discounter’s stores in Maine, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin.

The warehouse workers are now represented by Local 630 at the grocer’s Riverside and Commerce facilities.

Seasonal employment campaign covers roles spanning retail, e-commerce, supply chain, corporate and health care.

The discounter said it is cutting jobs because it is moving to outsource its customer-service operations in Chesapeake, Virginia.

The dispute began nearly three years ago, following the killing of George Floyd.

Union chief Marc Perrone cites a “lack of transparency” and the mega-deal’s potential impact on workers, communities and their families.

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