MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. — Kroger Co. and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 876 have reached a tentative labor agreement covering about 12,000 Michigan workers, both sides said late Thursday after a previous agreement had expired earlier in the week. A ratification vote is expected next week. “Kroger and UFCW worked together to reach an agreement that provides our associates one of the best total compensation packages in our industry in Michigan,” said Rick Going, president of Kroger’s ...

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