For Ryan Kibble, Chastity Moyers and more than a dozen other Kroger workers in West Virginia and Ohio, justice has prevailed. More than one year ago, the UFCW Local 400 members were denied promotions that rightfully should have been theirs due to the seniority provisions in their union contract. Thanks to strong enforcement of that contract, Kroger workers across West Virginia and Ohio have now won thousands of dollars in back pay. “Just as important as bargaining a contract is the need to enforce it,” said Local 400 President Mark Federici. "Everybody has their own fair share in this company," said Chastity Moyers, who won her grievance and a promotion. "This is a fair way to get a resolution." Added Ryan Kibble, who received $2,000 in back pay, “You can’t set rules and then try to bend and break them whenever you want.”
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