SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s here said its employees have ratified new contracts that will allow the United Food and Commercial Workers to organize the 22 non-union stores in the chain. The back-and-forth contract negotiations, which lasted more than a year, led to the first strike in Raley’s history in November. A tentative agreement ended the strike after about 10 days, but UFCW Locals 5 and 8 then impounded the contract-ratification votes, saying the company had ...
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