SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's here said it hopes to complete negotiations with two locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union this week. John Segale, a chain spokesman, told SN, "We've been negotiating for five months, and we want to get this over as soon as possible because we need to make cost reductions and the union is aware of that. The time has come to get this resolved so we can get back to our day-to-day business." He said the chain's ...
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