Negotiations resume between grocers and employees

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grocery storeSEATTLE – Grocery store employees across the Puget Sound are hoping to make headway in negotiations with local grocery store management.

Representatives from QFC, Safeway, Albertsons, and Fred Meyer companies are bargaining with unions today and tomorrow.

Grocery store workers from the UFCW and Teamsters unions hope to hammer out the details with employers over holiday pay, paid sick leave, salary and heath care.

Voting members approved a strike authorization by 98 percent two weeks ago, and if talks between the unions and their employers stall, a strike could be looming.

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