‘We have people living out of their cars’: 8,000 Kroger workers strike over wages

Workers at nearly 80 grocery stores accuse corporation of making big profits during pandemic while not paying employees enough

Over 8,000 workers at nearly 80 Kroger-owned King Soopers grocery stores around Colorado started a three week strike on Wednesday as new union contract negotiations stalled.

The dispute is the latest in which workers have accused a corporation of making big profits during the pandemic while not paying high enough wages.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jan/13/kroger-workers-strike-over-wages

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