CLIFTON, N.J. — Around 24,000 workers at Stop & Shop and ShopRite stores in New York and New Jersey represented by United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1262 here voted overwhelmingly to accept a new labor agreement with their employers, the union said Tuesday. According to Harvey Whille, UFCW Local 1262 president, the new, 24-month contract, retroactive to Oct. 16, 2011, is one of the best labor agreements in the Northeast and provides health care benefits, pension and ...

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