It's a new era for food retailing workers as much as it is for their employers. The role of the union in the supermarket workplace has evolved, and employers have been forced to rethink their strategies for compensation as they face increasing pressures from nonunion competitors such as Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores and its rapidly expanding network of supercenters. "One of the things I'm seeing is that a lot of my clients are trying to rework their business model," said Bob ...
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