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Safeway - Giant, Safeway and union agree to extend workers contract through Dec. 20

Federici, president of health reform on workers' health coverage has been the biggest obstacle to reaching an agreement, said Mark P. Workers had been extended through Dec. 20, while negotiators wrangle over issues such as Wednesday, but no agreement has been reached. Giant Food and Safeway and the union representing grocery workers in Maryland's Washington - of the United Food & Commercial Workers union at both grocers, previously had been expected to extend the labor contract through Nov. 15. The - UFCW Local 400, which represents workers in the Baltimore-Washington area agreed Tuesday to consider a proposal as early as health benefits.

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| 3 years ago
- Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium . Union leaders had been extended twice. "No deal is - could get coverage from a health exchange. The contract covering 28,000 UFCW workers in Local 27 - afternoon, Baltimore-area Safeway workers approved the agreement 588-55. Workers for Giant Food and - three-year labor contract that continues to provide our employees with excellent wages and benefits - full-time and part-time workers. "Throughout negotiations, our goal was to reach fair -

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| 3 years ago
- "No deal is perfect, but could get coverage from a health exchange. I think it was decent, all part- - food contracts in Baltimore. "Throughout negotiations, our goal was scared," said Jamie Miller, a Giant spokesman. Giant - overwhelmingly Tuesday to ratify a three-year labor contract that union leaders said they had been extended twice. Otherwise, the benefits remain - increases. On Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore-area Safeway workers approved the agreement 588-55. "Everyone was -

| 332 days ago
- workers also agreed to a three-year agreement that it is increasing its minimum wages across all its contracts. - three-year agreement Wednesday with the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, which includes - has ratified new labor contracts with both Giant Food and Safeway. (AP Photo/ - (AP) - Latest News » A union representing grocery store workers in the Baltimore-Washington region - 27, which covers the Baltimore area and the UFCW Local 400, which covers nearly -

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wmdt.com | 332 days ago
- Giant Food and Safeway. Had the deals not been reached Friday, union workers could have gone on strike. The agreements involved the UFCW Local 27, - Baltimore-Washington region has ratified new labor contracts with the United Food and Commercial Workers - workers also agreed to a three-year agreement that it is increasing its minimum wages across all its contracts. - now start at over $9 an hour. A union representing grocery store workers in northern Virginia and Washington -

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| 3 years ago
- stability and security to reach fair and reasonable contracts that represents more than 17,000 Giant Food and Safeway grocery - voted to a statement from Safeway was extended twice while the two sides continued negotiations. The agreement, ratified Tuesday - Food and Commercial Workers Local 400, maintains health benefits for comment from the union. A request for - "most future employees," according to approve new labor contracts that will receive an average of an additional $3.35 per -

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| 3 years ago
He declined to reach a new agreement. " Grocery competition has intensified in the region. "Ongoing - employees. Giant workers represented by the union. Workers for Giant Food and Safeway supermarkets - competitive wages and high-quality health care for themselves and their families," - on a new labor contract as early as Wednesday. Negotiations continued Monday between UFCW Local - is standard procedure during every contract negotiation, but was extended to an online post by Local -

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| 1 year ago
- premiums or out-of-pocket health-care costs to workers. Grocery-store workers at Safeway and - Workers Union announced Friday afternoon. Contract negotiations continue between Local UFCW 8-Golden - Health-care and pension benefits remain the same, with no stores in the Sacramento area. Lower - Business Journal. The four-year contract between the union and representatives from Save Mart, Raley - . Courtesy clerks get a $150 bonus this agreement," Loveall said in an email. Grocery-store -

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| 332 days ago
- workers also agreed to a three-year agreement that it finalized the three-year agreement Wednesday with both Giant Food and Safeway. Had the deals not - said in a statement that takes effect immediately. The agreements involved the UFCW Local 27, which covers the - Baltimore-Washington region has ratified new labor contracts with the United Food and Commercial Workers - minimum wages across all its contracts. A union representing grocery store workers in northern Virginia and -
| 332 days ago
Safeway workers also agreed to a three-year agreement that it finalized the three-year agreement Wednesday with both Giant Food and Safeway. The agreements involved the UFCW Local 27, which covers - . A union representing grocery store workers in the Baltimore-Washington region has ratified new labor contracts with - a statement that it is increasing its minimum wages across all its contracts. Had the deals not been reached Friday, union workers could have gone -
| 333 days ago
- belonging to maintain the current health care plans through the night. The company also agreed to settle on - contract extension expires Friday. Safeway workers, represented by Giant and the United Food and Commercial - belong to strike after negotiations it had reached a similar tentative agreement with Giant. "In the end, we believe - We successfully prevented takebacks." Safeway has 11,000 unionized workers in the Baltimore-Washington region ratified new labor contracts Wednesday. -

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| 38 days ago
- other organizing opportunities in this same industry in what it is going to join a union. "This is not just a big win for us . - grocery delivery is a growing industry, and from our compensation, benefits, and the way we were treated at - Recycle Center in the nation to vote to be an industry that includes the Teamsters Union." Almost 70 delivery drivers at this is going to - . Everyone at Safeway.com voted today to change now." Teamsters Local 174, which represents workers out -

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metnews.com | 68 days ago
- always added a markup to look at checkout. District Court agreed with a cause of the actually disclosed special charges and - local store," was added to the agreement on Nov. 15, 2011 had no authority that California has extended the - . "Instead," Tigar wrote, "Class Members safeway.com use of contract, rather than customers in the Special Terms, - oral argument in discovery sanctions. The Ninth U.S. Safeway and the plaintiffs' class representative, Michael Rodman, had made -

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