Supermarket union locals are heading to the bargaining table this year determined to get higher wages, better health benefits and improved pension plans for their membership. The leaders of several of the largest United Food and Commercial Workers Union locals whose contracts will be renegotiated before the end of 2001 told SN they are prepared for some of the toughest negotiations of their careers. "It's our turn," said Harvey Whille, president, Local 1262, Clifton, N.J., whose contract, ...
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