LOS ANGELES — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union filed three complaints with the National Labor Relations Board against Albertsons last week, charging that the company sought to intimidate its employees as they were preparing to consider a strike authorization vote in Southern California. Albertsons, owned by Minneapolis-based Supervalu, said what it did was lawful and was designed to encourage workers to become better informed before they cast a vote. The filing of the ...

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