CINCINNATI -- Supermarket workers last week agreed to a new, three-year labor contract with Kroger in its headquarters market here that calls for employees to begin contributing to their health care coverage. her retailers and our associates' jobs more secure." Specific details of the pact were not disclosed, although Rhodes said it included wage increases and bonuses. "It also includes, for the first time, weekly contributions toward their health care premiums, beginning Jan. 1, 2005," ...

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