DENVER — King Soopers was scheduled to begin advertising for replacement workers over the weekend as workers vote on a new labor contract and the potential for a strike against the Kroger-owned chain looms. According to a report in the Denver Business Journal, the chain identified about 4,000 potential replacement workers in May, when the threat of a strike first appeared, but is seeking to update the list with another 1,500 potential workers. Members of United Food and Commercial Workers ...

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