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More: Latest round of contract negotiations between Frito-Lay, union yields little progress.
According to Mark Benaka, business manager for Locala total of union members turned out for a series of membership meetings held Saturday in Topeka. He indicated a strike vote was taken during those meetings, with members overwhelmingly voting in favor of the boycott.
He said the strike is expected to take effect just after midnight on Monday, July 5. However, he noted Frito-Lay representatives indicated Sunday they wished to meet again with the union's contract negotiating committee before that date.
Strike will take resources, donations
According to John Nave, executive vice president of Kansas AFL-CIO, the state's labor federation, a strike is the last thing workers want when negotiating union contracts. Union members don't want to do that.
But when the company fails to do a fair negotiation at the bargaining table — and history has shown Frito-Lay has repeatedly failed to do that — then there's no other alternative. More: Kansas labor leaders turn out for third picket outside Topeka's Frito-Lay plant this year. Though Nave hopes Frito-Lay resolves its issues with Local before union members go on strike, he expects donations and support from the Topeka community and other labor unions to help sustain a local strike if it comes to fruition.
He indicated securing donations from the community is a big one, as union members may be without a source of income for as long as a strike lasts. There are usually a few central points of contact through which community members may donate to the cause, he said, and that information should be forthcoming.
Community members may also leverage support in the form of food donations or by ing union members for protests outside the workplace, should such pickets occur.
Strike may be first one in almost 50 years
According to Benaka, union workers at Frito-Lay haven't initiated a strike since they first became an organized group in Local union members, though, have inched toward a strike in recent months, as subsequent rounds of contract negotiations between the company and the union's negotiating committee led to little progress on issues of members' wages and working conditions. Nave said strikes have the potential to damage a business' bottom line and tarnish a company's reputation in a community.
A strike causes delays in shipping, goods being made. So the outcome of this is they're going to feel the economic impact for themselves.
But a strike may also push a company like Frito-Lay back toward the negotiating table to act in good faith and ultimately resolve outstanding issues. Workers are tired of it.
More: Forced overtime, toxic work environment among allegations from Frito-Lay workers. The union also wanted Frito-Lay to address its staffing shortage, which, according to workers, has led to forced overtime and dismal working conditions.
Frito-Lay has said ly that it complies with all applicable laws and regulations. The company also said last month that it remained committed to reaching a mutual agreement with the union.
Facebook Twitter. Members of Topeka's local Frito-Lay union just voted to strike. Here's what we know. India Yarborough Topeka Capital-Journal.