LOS ANGELES — Negotiations between the United Food and Commercial Workers Union here and the three largest supermarket chains in Southern California are scheduled to resume next Monday, Aug. 29, Greg Conger, president of UFCW Local 324, told SN. The resumption of talks — under the ongoing auspices of a federal mediator — was announced two days after "slightly more" than 90% of union members who voted rejected the employer proposals on the table at the end of talks last Wednesday and ...

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