SAN FRANCISCO — Three locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers union here have reached a tentative contract agreement with Save Mart, the union said Wednesday. The proposed settlement would run only through Oct. 12, 2013 — approximately two years after the previous contract expired last Oct. 29. At that point the UFCW would seek to negotiate a new agreement after seeing how the chain performs with the reduced labor costs built into the short-term agreement, Mike ...
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