LOS ANGELES — Negotiations between seven Southern California labor union locals and five chains are scheduled to continue beyond this Thursday, the date through which the contracts had previously been extended, representatives for both sides told SN last week. The contracts, which cover approximately 62,000 clerks and meat cutters, expired March 6. If there is no agreement by March 31, the contracts will automatically be extended on a day-to-day basis, with either side able to cancel with ...

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