PITTSTON, Pa. -- Employees at Insalaco Markets here have voted for the first time to allow a local of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union to represent them in negotiations with chain management. The union also won the right about a month ago to organize the 40-unit chain's drivers and warehouse employees. The union has been attempting to organize Insalaco's employees for 20 years, according to Thomas Lazur, president of UFCW Local 72. It intensified those efforts after the chain was ...
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