Stop and Shop Strike Averted
After weeks of negotiations, unions representing 43,000 Stop and Shop supermarket workers in Southern New England have approved a new three-year contract.
The vote yesterday averts a threatened strike that would have affected consumers in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
The Quincy-based grocery chain and the United Food and Commercial Workers went into protracted negotiations to resolve differences over health care contributions, pensions and wages.
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