SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Golub Corp. here last week denied charges that it unfairly influenced its employees in a recent union organizing vote. In June, the United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 1, Utica, N.Y., lost its bid to represent approximately 600 employees at Golub-owned Price Chopper warehouses in Rotterdam, Voorheesville, Colonie and Waterford, N.Y. The workers voted the union down, 325-148. The UFCW said it filed complaints against Golub with the National Labor Relations ...
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