Workers at unionized grocery stores in San Diego are voting this week on a strike. In 2003, the strike lasted almost 6 months and was a huge inconvenience to shoppers. Stores lost market share permanently – going from roughly 2/3rds of market share to around 1/3rd. Shoppers now have ample non-union stores to try out during a strike.
SDSU Professor Miro Copic joined Carl DeMaio to talk about the impacts this strike could have on San Diego shoppers and stores.