NORFOLK, Va. -- Be-Lo, a division of Camellia Food Stores here, said it will appeal a decision by the National Labor Relations Board that found the chain had committed unfair labor practices in a union election four years ago. The board ordered Be-Lo to recognize and reopen bargaining with the union, to reinstate and compensate 11 employees who had been illegally discharged and to reimburse the union for certain expenses. The NLRB decision applies to 20 of the 28 stores Be-Lo operates in ...

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