Meijer,Inc. Complaint - Forgotten but not yet gone
GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN -- This review is in regard to the vast wealth of the company and the minute
pension of the persons who worked so hard to create this wealth.
When the third greenville store opened in 1964(after a November 1963 fire) many of us were hired and yet few remail today. The hugh monetary bequests of the Meijer family are the result of our long hours and the feeling, we were given, that it was our company too makes it hard to try and live on the minimum amount received as pension.
It has been over 20 years that many of us(those still alive) retired and there has never been a cost of living adjustment for any of us. We need to pay all our own health care and many need to decide between heat or food. This is not my case but I am most fortunate and, yet, feel that all the millions could give us a small increase in our pensions.
Please consider this for those who live to be as old as the chain..
Thank you for listening
Phyllis c. Johnston
Former service department manager
1964 to 1988 service