Market Basket workers rallied again Monday in support of the former chief executive and other workers who were fired.
Workers supporting fired Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas plan to hold another rally Monday morning outside one of the grocery chain’s stores in Tewksbury, as the battle between workers and management starts to affect customers.
Shoppers report finding either bare or nearly-empty shelves, and say some basic items are hard to find.
Market Basket fired at least eight workers on Sunday as employees rallied for the return of their ousted CEO.
An estimated 1,000 people have shown up at Market Basket supermarket chain headquarters in a show of support for the company’s former chief executive.
The new co-chief executives of the Market Basket supermarket chain are warning any workers who walk off the job today could be fired.
Employees loyal to former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas are pushing for his reinstatement. A message posted on a website set up by some of the protesting workers say 120 managers and office staff at the company’s headquarters in Tewksbury will walk off the job on Friday, and that a rally will be held at 10 a.m.
Some office workers at the Market Basket supermarket chain’s headquarters are planning to walk off the job Friday to protest the firing of their former boss.
Todd Feinburg fills in for Dan Rea.
Hundreds of Market Basket grocery store employees rallied outside the store in Chelsea Tuesday.
The Market Basket grocery chain board has removed the company president and two other top executives after months of in-fighting.
Middle East Bakery, Inc. is recalling its dairy-free, gluten-free frozen pancakes sold with a Market Basket store label because they may contain undisclosed milk.