LOS ANGELES -- The United Food and Commercials Workers Union said here yesterday it plans to file a complaint later this week with the National Labor Relations Board against Albertsons, charging that the chain sought to intimidate employees in Southern California on the eve of their vote on whether or not to authorize a strike. In that vote, Albertsons employees voted overwhelmingly to authorize negotiators to call a strike if they are unable to come to agreement on a new contract. Although ...

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