KROGER, UNION SPLIT ON WAGES IN CINCINNATI ood and Commercial Workers Local 1099 in a marathon bargaining session last week reached tentative agreements on health care and pension, but wages remained a dividing issue as negotiations were set to resume late last week, the union said. According to a posting on the Local 1099 Web site, "The Union is frustrated by Kroger's stonewalling and its refusal to be more forthcoming on wages." Local 1099 represents about 8,500 employees in 70 Kroger ...
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