ASBURY PARK, N.J. -- The Union of Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1262 here was still waiting for an offer late last week from the supermarket chains that employ the workers, with the local's contract scheduled to expire over the weekend. it down and have a specific discussion of our chief issues and get an offer soon," said Harvey Whille, president of UFCW Local 1262. Among the chief issues is wages. Whille said wage increases at all levels are needed, especially for higher-level ...

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