Stop & Shop Solidarity Actions

Despite Stop & Shop being the #1 supermarket operator in New England and its parent company making $53 billion in U.S. sales last year, Stop & Shop negotiators have proposed cuts to 30,000 workers benefits and take-home pay while increasing automation that will cause job loss. 

HOW YOU CAN HELP? 
Show solidarity by talking with Stop & Shop workers, customers, & managers. Hand them a Solidarity Buck. Tell workers you stand with them. Tell customers to request more staff. Tell managers if a work stoppage occurs you will cease shopping there. 

Date: 
Friday, March 8 

TIMES & Locations: 
4:30 - 6:30 pm - Stop & Shop on 72 Newtown Rd. Danbury

6:00 pm - Stop & Shop on 240 Chase Ave. Waterbury 
(Meet at the Webster Bank & we will walk over as a group.)

***ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS & TIMES WILL BE ADDED SOON!!

 Who can help? 
Union members, community allies, religious leaders, activists.
Anyone who cares about the dignity and respect of workers. 

Fore more information contact:
Renee Hamel 
203-451-0568

Talking points

 For Stop & Shop workers:
Encourage them to:
  • Stick together & stay strong.
  • Stand up to keep your pensions protected, insurance intact & well-funded, and to protect your Sunday premium pay.
  • Speak to customers about Stop & Shop’s attack on your wages, health insurance, and retirement security. 

For Customers:
Ask them to:
  • Call Stop & Shop corporate office at 800-767-7772 and express you would like more service and more staff in stores. 
  • Tell Stop & Shop if there is a work stoppage, you will no longer shop there. 

For Store manager:
Tell them:
  • You would like more service and more staff in stores. 
  • If there is a work stoppage, you will no longer shop there.