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Stop & Shop Reaches Tentative Contract Deal, Ending Strike

  • A ratified deal would provide across-the-board wage increases
  • Proposed contract includes some cuts for future part-timers
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Stop & Shop reached a tentative contract deal with the union representing more than 30,000 New England employees of the supermarket chain, ending the biggest private-sector strike in years.

“The agreement preserves health-care and retirement benefits, provides wage increases, and maintains time-and-a-half pay on Sunday for current members,” chapters of the United Food and Commercial Workers union said in a statement Sunday.