LITTLE FALLS, N.J. — The union representing workers at A&P stores in Westchester County, N.Y., on Monday said the troubled company was making “outrageous” contract demands, including pay decreases and givebacks. In a message posted on the website of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 464A here, John Niccolai, president of the local, said A&P was demanding pay cuts of up to $65 per week; higher worker costs for health care; a new new-hire program that would reduce pay scales ...
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