QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop and 40,000 of its unionized workers throughout New England last week reached agreement on a three-year labor contract, averting a potential strike and allowing the retailer to continue its transformation to a value-oriented banner. “As the only predominantly unionized supermarket chain operating in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Stop & Shop's goal during the negotiating process was to reach agreements with competitive terms that will allow ...
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