AMSTERDAM — Three Martin’s and Giant Food employees from Virginia are expected to speak about efforts to organize workers at Ahold’s annual meeting here Tuesday. The workers said they would denounce what they called Giant-Carlisle’s “actively campaigning to prevent workers from exercising the same fundamental rights that many of their U.S. and Dutch counterparts enjoy.” About 65% of Ahold’s U.S. workforce is represented by local unions of the ...

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