Key development: Reorganized the UFCW to establish unified national bargaining platforms and a stronger focus on recruiting new members. What's next: Building new membership by organizing non-union locations. The country's largest supermarket chains have crafted national strategies for negotiating with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union -- so it only follows that the UFCW would want to counter with a national bargaining strategy of its own. This year, at the direction of UFCW ...

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