RANDOLPH, Mass. — United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1445, which had been threatening to call a strike against Stop & Shop, said Friday that it expects to be able to vote on a new offer from the chain on Sunday. The union — one of five negotiating with the chain — had previously set a deadline of noon Friday to terminate the current contracts and potentially call a strike. The pacts cover 36,000 Stop & Shop employees in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. A Stop ...
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