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Kellogg Co. workers in Memphis finally back at work, no thanks to Kellogg or CEO John Bryant

Joe Atkins
The workers Kellogg locked out last October after their union refused to accept wage cuts and other concessions are back on the job thanks to a federal judge's ruling that the National Labor Relations Board was right to seek an injunction against the company for serious violations of federal labor law.

Kellogg's delivers Memphis a slap in the face

Labor Notes

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis while speaking out for striking sanitation workers. The civil rights community is once again rallying behind struggling workers in the city -- this time, union employees who were locked out of the Kellogg cereal factory, where the workforce is majority African-American.