SHAW'S MULLS OUTSOURCING AT DC METHUEN, Mass. — The strike by warehouse workers at Shaw's distribution center here reached the two-month point last week after the retailer and union officials met with a federal mediator but came no closer to an agreement. According to United Food and Commercial Workers Local 791, which represents the workers, Shaw's withdrew previous contract offers and presented a new package with “drastic wage cuts” and conditioned upon replacement workers it is hiring ...

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