by Sonseeahray Tonsall
With union delivery drivers said to be joining in on the strike, FOX40 tried to find out if the store’s inventories are being affected. Sonseeahray Tonsall reports.
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The United Food and Commercial Workers union is at odds with the West Sacramento-based Raley’s grocery store chain.
The issue at hand is mainly the reduction of wages. The chain says they’re forced to reduce pay because of the number of non-union shops popping up with their territory over the last few years.
A federal moderator was brought in to help the two sides reach an agreement, however Saturday, November 3 at midnight a deal had not been reached and the union went on strike.
After 9 days, the strike ended on November 13. Details of the agreement won’t be made public until the union ratifies the deal.
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