Workers' efforts to maintain health benefits despite management attempts to control healthcare costs will be the focus of much of the debate between labor unions and their supermarket employers this year. Local unions with contracts expiring this year are also seeking to find their place among companies that may have been changed by consolidation since the last time a contract was reached. Both sides, however, say they are optimistic about peaceful settlements in a year in which major ...

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