SAFEWAY TAKES PROACTIVE STANCE IN BAY AREA TALKS led directly to its employees and consumers in a media conference call in which it sought to make its positions known as it starts negotiations with union locals in the San Francisco Bay Area. Talks involving Safeway, Albertsons and Kroger and eight locals of United Food and Commercial Workers union began Thursday to negotiate successor agreements to contracts that were scheduled to expire over the weekend. Larree Renda, executive vice ...
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