LOS ANGELES — Union leaders said the proposed four-year contract with the “big three” supermarket chains in Southern California includes improved terms for workers, who were scheduled to vote on the new pact yesterday. “It's like night and day,” an official of the United Food and Commercial Workers union told SN last week after the tentative agreement was reached. “We wouldn't be recommending it if we didn't think we had not recovered significantly from the last agreement, and I have no ...

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