CHANDLER, Ariz. -- The National Labor Relations Board has asked Bashas‘ here to respond to a complaint alleging the retailer changed its benefit structure without negotiating those changes with a union. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 99 represented employees at several stores acquired by Bashas' in 1994 and 2001. Local 99 does not currently have a labor contract with the retailer, but maintains it remains the exclusive collective bargaining representative of employees of those ...
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