Kmart, Troy, Mich., said last week it had reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers on a first collective bargaining contract for 1,600 workers at Kmart distribution centers in Warren, Ohio, and Morrisville, Pa. Neither the company nor the union would discuss details of the settlement pending ratification by UAW-Kmart workers. Kmart warehouse workers in Pennsylvania voted to join the UAW in October 1998. Workers at the Ohio warehouse voted to join the union in January 1999. ...

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