CHANDLER, Ariz. — Tangles between Bashas' and organized labor continued last week after the National Labor Relations Board requested the retailer respond to charges it changed its benefit structure last year without negotiating with a union. Bashas' maintains it has no union employees with which to bargain, and that the majority of its employees want it that way. The dispute relates to the status of certain employees who worked for union-affiliated grocery stores purchased by Bashas' in ...

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