ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Teamsters workers at a Wegmans Food Markets warehouse here last week rejected the company’s contract offer for a second time, even after a tentative agreement on new terms had been reached with the union local’s leadership. The standoff represents a shift from what had historically been a “long-standing constructive relationship” between Wegmans and the Teamsters, said Burt Flickinger III, managing director, Strategic Resource Group, New ...
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