USA: Dominick’s reaches agreement with workers
US grocery retailer Safeway has reached a tentative agreement with unionised workers at its Chicago-based Dominick's unit who had been threatening to strike. The new contract, which contains all the terms and conditions of the previous contract together with a bonus for members, includes a commitment by Safeway to try to sell the Dominick's unit. The contract is subject to a vote by the union's membership.
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