There's been an outpouring of support for Sysco workers who were fired for supporting successful union drives in Atlanta and Olathe, Kan. Thousands of people emailed Sysco CEO William J. Delaney III demanding he reinstate the workers who were fired unjustly.
You can help. Go to http://ibt.io/sysco to join in the fight for justice.
Bruce Her, pictured above, was one of the 15 who lost his job in Atlanta during the campaign to join Teamsters Local 528. Three more Sysco workers were terminated in Kansas for the same reason.
The Protecting Sysco & US Foods Workers Facebook page tells us that isn't all Sysco did:
Teamsters Local 528 has filed numerous charges against the company for direct dealing with employees, making unilateral changes to things such as work rules, discipline standards and scheduling, conducting surveillance and threatening employees.
|Sysco also fired Jason Coder, father of three, for supporting|
the Teamsters organizing drive in Kansas.
Nearly 8,000 Teamsters helped build Sysco into the leading high-volume foodservice provider in the United States. They have pledged to pursue relentlessly justice for the workers targeted for their union activity.
|Shuandrez Fitzgerald, father of twins,|
was fired by Sysco for helping to
organize the Atlanta facility.