WASHINGTON -- The United Food and Commercial Workers Union is among five unions seeking to change the direction of organized labor and channel more resources toward recruiting new members. The result could be more efforts to organize nonunion food retailers, according to one labor expert. It also could set the stage for the further weakening of unions in the United States if current union partnerships splinter, she pointed out. Last week the five unions established the Change to Win ...

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