Local 371 Current Events

Local 371 Women's Network Toy Drive

Due to the hard work of our stewards and the generosity of our members, Local 371 has donated over 21,000 toys and gifts to children in need since the inception of our holiday toy drive.  Our union family works together to help not only other union members in need, but children in need throughout our community.  

This year, your Union will once again be collecting toys and gifts to distribute throughout Connecticut and Western Mass.  Gifts will be collected until Wednesday, December 14, 2016.  Call the union office at (203) 226-4751 to arrange for a pick up. 


Stop and Shop Contract Highlights

Congratulations to the Stop & Shop union members of Local 371 who overwhelmingly ratified a new three- year agreement!!! Copies of the Memorandum of Agreement will be sent to each store for the stewards to post.  If you have any questions, please ask your shop steward or call your union rep. Contracts will be printed and made available as soon as possible.

To our customers and to our community allies: THANK YOU for all of your support!!!


Here are a few highlights of our new contract:

Wage increases paid retroactively to February 28th- $20 per week for full time employees, $0.45 for part time employees with 7 or more years of service, $0.35 for part time employees with 3-less than 7 years of service, and $0.25 for part time employees with 1- less than 3 years of service. Plus raises in 2017 and 2018. 

Fair Scheduling (schedules posted two weeks in advance)

Improved disability benefit and addition of a hearing aid benefit

Maintained current pension and health and welfare benefits

Health Savings Accounts or annual health care bonuses

New guaranteed full time positions

Elimination of service clerk classification- all service clerks will immediately be promoted to full- rated clerks

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