Kellogg’s To Hire Permanent Replacements For Some Striking Workers


      Kellogg’s says negotiations with the striking workers at its 4 cereal plants, including one in Omaha, have broken down again and it plans to start hiring permanent replacements for some of the 1,400 workers. 

      The Battle Creek, Michigan-based company met with theBakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union on Monday, but failed to reach an agreement.  

        Negotiations aren’t scheduled to resume again for 2 weeks until Dec 6, so Kellogg’s is moving forward with a contingency plan to keep the plants operating with new workers.

       Workers have been on strike since October 5th at the 4 plants make all of Kellogg’s brands of cereal