'To Be Blunt...'
“To be blunt, this situation sucks,” Lind added. “But we will work hard to improve it when this contract expires, particularly if Save Mart is able to turn itself around.” To help Save Mart do so, the union negotiated a temporary stabilization agreement with the chain that will extend for an additional year past the contract expiration, “though it is only temporary and when it expires, it cannot be extended unless the company requests additional relief ...
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