JANESVILLE, Wis. — Workers at a Woodman’s Food Market here will vote next week on whether to recover the union representation it lost earlier this year. The attempt at reorganizing is a provision of a private settlement struck between Woodman’s and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1473 earlier this year to decertify the union at four Woodman’s stores and dismiss various charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board. The vote next week will decide whether workers at only the ...
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