SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Big Y Supermarkets has launched what it called a voluntary layoff program for full-time store employees in Massachusetts and Connecticut, reports said. The retailer, based here, in a release sent to local media did not indicate how many voluntary departures it was seeking but said the program was aimed at ensuring the company’s long-term financial health. It said that employees who agreed to be laid off would be eligible for rehiring if the economy and sales improve. A ...

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