DENVER -- United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 7R here said its members have voted to negotiate with Safeway and King Soopers here separately rather than in a multiemployer bargaining unit, as it did three years ago. or Safeway and King Soopers management, said the two chains will engage in coordinated bargaining with the union, as it did prior to 1996 -- negotiating together on common issues like wages, benefits and work rules, and meeting separately with each side to discuss ...
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