LANDOVER, Md. — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 here said Friday that it has filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing Safeway and Giant-Landover of violating worker rights during the ongoing labor negotiations there. The union said the chains have told employees that they will post hiring notices for replacement workers in case there is a strike, and have adopted “draconian” social media policies that serve to limit employees’ ...

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