INDIANAPOLIS — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 on Friday filed charges against Marsh Supermarkets with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging that the chain, based here, fired a worker in retaliation for attempting to organize a union. Earlier this month, the union said Marsh workers and Indiana community leaders marched on the Marsh headquarters and delivered a petition with 5,000 signatures asking the chief executive officer of Sun Capital, Marsh's parent company, to ...

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