INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets here has agreed to pay two former employees a total of $42,500 to settle a National Labor Relations Board case brought by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700, the union said Wednesday. The union charged that the two were terminated for seeking to form a union at the chain. Local 700 also said that Marsh has agreed not to interfere with any attempt by employees to form a union. Marsh said it settled the case in order to avoid litigation costs, and ...

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