A series of videos were launched today to tell the story of the actions Kellogg is taking against its workers around the globe.
While the CEO of The Kellogg Company, John Bryant, gets a pay raise of $8 million and investors get rich with increasing dividend payments and share buybacks, thousands of Kellogg employees and the communities they live in are left devastated and angry. And while the $14 billion global snack food giant prides itself on community involvement and participation in philanthropic causes, recent actions by Kellogg makes it clear that the company is not the beacon of corporate or social responsibility it claims to be.
From the lockout of 220 workers at its cereal plant in Memphis, Tennessee and the announcement made shortly before Christmas that it would be closing plants in the U.S., Canada and Australia, to the shifting of production to low-wage countries, recent measures taken by Kellogg paint a picture of a greed-driven company bent on putting profits before people.
You can watch more videos like the one above and learn about the Kellogg Company’s destruction of the middle class HERE.