Mrs. Green’s said Wednesday that the company would reinstate eight workers who were let go in the aftermath of a controversial union vote at its Mount Kisco, N.Y., store. The agreement, reached with the cooperation of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500, will end proceedings on a complaint that was to be argued before the National Labor Relations Board this week. The agreement calls for the Irvington, N.Y.-based retailer to reinstate the employees in the same or equivalent ...
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