UNITED FOOD AND COMMERCIAL WORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION LOCAL 881, Oak Brook, Ill., said last week its 18 members working in the bakery, deli and general merchandise area at a Bourbonnais, Ill., Kroger supermarket returned to work Monday after a six-day strike. The members voted unanimously to accept a proposed contract negotiated between the company and the union that gives half the workers immediate coverage under the health insurance plan covering other Kroger employees in Illinois and ...

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