GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Meijer here has reached a tentative contract agreement with 27,000 organized employees in Michigan, the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 951 said. The 4-1/2-year deal includes three different contracts for retail, distribution and retail property management services, and provides immediate and future wage increases and continuation of a pension plan for current and future employees. The union’s bargaining committee has recommended members approve the new deal, ...

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