Demoulas Super Market’s co-CEOs on Tuesday said they have sent letters to some 200 headquarters and warehouse employees informing them they will lose their jobs if they don’t return to work by this Friday. The letter, excerpts of which were posted online Tuesday, were sent only to those employees that have failed to report to work since July 17 at headquarters and the distribution center, a company spokesman said. The walkouts — in protest of the June removal of company ...
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