By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Kellogg workers in Lancaster County are on the picket line, joining thousands of workers in Nebraska, Tennessee and Michigan as they strike over wage disparities.'Run-Hide-Fight Really Does Work': Tree Of Life Survivor Audrey Glickman Wants Others To Remember 'It Can Happen Again'
The company’s contract with its workers expired Tuesday morning, and negotiations for a new contract have stalled for more than a year.READ MORE: Community Garden In Pittsburgh Holds Volunteer Events To Help Community Heal After Tree Of Life Shooting
The union said Kellogg’s wants to eliminate cost of living adjustments and the cap on how many low-wage employees it can hire. Those workers get paid $11 less than their veteran employees.MORE NEWS: Study: Rural Home Sales In Pennsylvania Increased During Pandemic
Kellogg’s said its proposals offer increases in wages and retirement benefits.