SOME COLO. SAFEWAY WORKERS INK DEAL DENVER — Certain bargaining units in Colorado that voted to approve a new union contract with Safeway have signed contracts, but the majority of Safeway's union labor here remained working without a contract last week, a Safeway spokeswoman told SN. According to the spokeswoman, Kris Staaf, 14 of the 60 Safeway bargaining units voted to ratify the “last, best and final” offer from Safeway and have already received ratification bonuses for doing so and are ...

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