MONTVALE, N.J. — Union locals negotiating with A&P on a new contract said the retailer’s latest proposal would result in “hundreds of layoffs” and rules that would subvert worker seniority. A&P, in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, is negotiating jointly with 13 local unions on a new contract to make the company more cost-competitive. Unions were strongly critical of A&P’s first proposal and received a new offer late last week that was “not much different,” according to Bruce W. ...
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