Portland, Oregon 2021-09-16 20:23:33 –
3 out of 5 facilities must accept transactions for ratification
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) —A national union of Nabisco workers during a strike said it had reached a tentative agreement with Nabisco and its parent company, Mondelies Global.
However, local factories need to ratify the agreement. Workers outside the factory in northeastern Portland have said they have voted against the deal and are calling on other Nabisco facilities to vote against it.
Three of the five factories must say “yes” for the contract to be valid.
On September 4, Portland City Commissioners Jo Ann Hardesty and Carmen Rubio joined the picket line outside the Nabisco Bakery facility in northeastern Portland on Saturday.
They gathered with the workers in front of the bakery as passing cars rang their support.Nabisco bakery workers Strike for almost a month And their actions are now spreading to Nabisco facilities such as Denver, Chicago and Atlanta.
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