SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- A former Big Y Foods department manager has filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging that the company here illegally discriminated against union members when it staffed five stores it acquired from Edwards Super Food Stores, Windsor Locks, Conn. In his complaint, the ex-manager, Christopher Rivers, said he attended a meeting in 1996 at which Big Y officials discussed acquiring four Connecticut stores and one Massachusetts store from Edwards and ...

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