King Soopers Charges Union With ‘Blitzing’

Claiming that union operatives wearing black shirts have intimidated and coerced workers at its King Soopers stores, Kroger Co. has filed suit here seeking to end the so-called “blitzing” practices. Kroger and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 have engaged in tense contract negotiations in recent months.

DENVER — Claiming that union operatives wearing black shirts have intimidated and coerced workers at its King Soopers stores, Kroger Co. has filed suit here seeking to end the so-called “blitzing” practices.

Kroger and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 have engaged in tense contract negotiations in recent months. Workers in Denver were to have voted on the company’s latest contract proposal Monday — a proposal condemned by union leadership. Workers in Colorado Springs

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