When hard times come, unionized retailers and their laborers typically resolve to “share the pain.” Unfortunately for many, there's still plenty of it to go around these days. Union contracts for troubled retailers including A&P and some Supervalu banners are up for renewal this year and will challenge labor and management to strike deals that can keep them both in business. Elsewhere, negotiations will be heavy in California, where some of the largest grocery unions in the country ...

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