UNIONS, STOP & SHOP AGREE ON NEW CONTRACTS
d Food and Commercial Workers Union locals representing about 42,000 Stop & Shop workers in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island last week ratified new contract agreements with the chain, which is based here and is a subsidiary of Zaandam, Netherlands-based Ahold. The contracts expired Feb. 14. According to the locals, highlights of the new contracts include: no employee contributions toward the cost of employee health insurance for ...
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