A key element in the proposed contract is a “stabilization agreement,” which gives Save Mart temporary labor-cost reductions to assist it “in its current economic challenges,” the union said in the joint statement. According to Henneberry, the stabilization agreement “creates an atmosphere in which Save Mart can become more competitive and have a chance to get back its place in the market.” He said it also includes a provision not to bump up the ...

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