According to Raley’s, the contract it wants to implement runs for three years, with a two-year wage freeze and a wage re-opener in the third year; it also eliminates Sunday and holiday premiums — terms already imposed at Raley’s non-union stores, Teel noted. In contrast with a contract covering Save Mart employees, the Raley’s contract does not eliminate one week of paid vacation nor four paid holidays, he pointed out. The contract also provides employees with ...

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