Pico-Robertson Ralphs Closing Over Hazard Pay Mandate, Upsetting Local Jewish CommunityA vote to increase pay for employees at large grocery chains in the city of Los Angeles was met by a decision to close down certain store locations instead of instating "hero pay" during the pandemic.
Kroger To Close 3 Stores In Los Angeles In Response To Approval Of 'Hero Pay' MandateTwo Ralphs stores -- at 9616 West Pico Blvd. and 3300 West Slauson Ave. – and a Food 4 Less at 5420 W. Sunset Blvd. will be shut down on May 15, according to Kroger.
Santa Ana City Council Approves $4 'Hero Pay' Boost For Grocery, Pharmacy WorkersThe council voted 5-2 Tuesday to adopt the premium pay measure, which will go into effect immediately. The measure will expire after 120 days.
LA City Council Approves $5 Hero Pay; Emergency Order Goes To Garcetti For SignatureThe “hero pay” emergency order requires larger grocery stores and pharmacies in the city of Los Angeles to pay its workers an extra $5 an hour. The order applies to stores with more than 300 employees nationwide, or more than 10 employees on site.
'Amazing News': Judge Denies Grocers' Bid To Temporarily Halt Long Beach Hero Pay OrdinanceA federal judge Thursday denied the California Grocers Association's bid to temporarily overturn a Long Beach ordinance mandating an additional $4 in hourly pay for grocery store employees during the pandemic.
LA County Adopts Ordinance Requiring $5 Hero Pay For Grocery WorkersThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to adopt an ordinance requiring national grocery and drug retail employers in unincorporated areas of the county to pay workers an additional $5 per hour in hazard pay for the next 120 days.
Ralphs, Food 4 Less To Close Several Long Beach Stores Over Hazard Pay LawLast month, the Long Beach City Council passed an ordinance which requires grocers with at least 300 employees nationwide to provide their employees with an extra $4 per hour in hazard pay.
LA Grocery Workers Could Receive $5 An Hour More For 'Hero Pay'Frontline workers of national grocery and drug retailers in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County might soon receive an additional five dollars an hour in "hero pay" during the pandemic.