A pension is a sacred cow to grocery workers in a transient labor pool. Those who work for large supermarket chains, however, may find their pensions running on empty when it's time for retirement unless action is taken to shore up trusts that are underfunded. The solvency and accounting of multi-employer pension plans, which many large grocery chains sponsor, are undergoing serious scrutiny by labor and management as well as the government and the financial community. The model and ...

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