FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Workers in Kroger Co’s Central Division this week ratified new labor agreements with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 covering 2,400 employees in this market. According to the union, the new contract preserves current health benefits with no cost increase to employees; secures a 25% to 35% increase in the employer pension contribution; expands advancement opportunities with new positions at higher pay grades; and increases current top rates ranging from 30 ...

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