NEW YORK -- The food industry may have narrowed the labor gap with alternative formats as a result of the Southern California labor dispute, industry analysts told SN, but they disagreed about whether that dispute set any precedents for the negotiations that have followed in other parts of the country. Discussing the issue at SN's ninth annual Financial Analysts' Roundtable here, some argued that the new second tier of employees created by the Southern California settlement could lower ...
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