METHUEN, Mass. — Shaw's has told the union representing striking workers at its distribution center here that it has "started the process of recruiting and hiring permanent replacement workers" at the facility. "We are extremely disappointed that it has come to this, but we have an obligation to protect our business and the livelihoods of our other 25,000 associates in New England," said Rebekah Fawcett, a spokeswoman for Shaw's parent company, ...
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