The future financial security of workers will be the focus of this year's labor negotiations, with pension funds expected to be the key bargaining issue in several rounds of bargaining, industry observers told SN. With pension funds tied to fluctuations in the stock market, and the market in flux, leaders of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union said they will be seeking larger contributions from employers to keep the funds healthy. But it's about more than simply ...

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