LOS ANGELES — Seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union and the three major Southern California chains have reached a tentative agreement on the pension terms of their new labor contracts, the chains said. Talks to resolve other issues are continuing. “We are pleased to have reached an agreement on this important part of the new labor agreement," the chains said in a prepared statement. "While we still have more work to do on other important parts of the contract, it is ...

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