NEW YORK — Union workers at three major supermarket employers in the New York metro area reached a tentative agreement on a new contract Monday night, but said bad feelings stemming from the negotiations would resonate “for many years to come.” United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500 here, denounced one employer, Stop & Shop, for “reprehensible bargaining tactics” — saying the retailer could expect “a more difficult labor-management relationship” in the years to come. According ...
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