OAKLAND, Calif. — Approximately 55 janitors who clean Northern California Safeway supermarkets unconditionally returned to work Thursday night after walking off the job Wednesday night, as protracted contract negotiations continued between SEIU United Service Workers West Local 1877 and four janitorial services employed by Safeway. The union, which represents 450 janitors at Northern California Safeway supermarkets, said the janitors who stopped working were motivated by their frustration ...

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