(Omaha, NE) -- The Kellogg strikes in Omaha are continuing as negotiations are reaching a stalemate, according to a senior negotiator at B-C-T-G-M Local 50G. Chris Haynes tells WOWT 6 News contract negotiations are at a standstill. Strikes in Omaha began last Tuesday as negotiations stalled.
In a statement from Kris Bahner, a Kellogg Company spokesperson, the company's number one priority is to reach a contract so employees can get back to their jobs.
Kellogg workers in Omaha are not alone in their protest, as workers in Tennessee, Michigan, and Pennsylvania also are on strike.