Despite healthy industry growth, the wages of grocery store employees in California — encompassing union and non-union members — has declined since 1999, with more than one-third of workers forced to rely on state government assistance to provide for their basic needs, according to a study by the Western States Council of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. The report said non-union employers — including Walmart and Target, along with discount stores and ...

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