PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1776 and Rite Aid have reached a tentative agreement on new labor contracts covering about 2,600 workers in the company's stores in Greater Philadelphia, the Reading area and Northeast Pennsylvania, the union said.
The agreement, which is being recommended for ratification by the union bargaining committee, replaces a deal that expired in 2008. The new contract would expire on September of 2014.
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