Federal mediator joins Fred Meyer warehouse talks

Super Market News
October 02, 2014

Contract talks between Teamsters Local 117 and Fred Meyer were scheduled to resume Monday with a federal mediator.

The union said issues include health care and the desire by Kroger, Fred Meyer’s parent company, to include language that would allow the company to outsource worker jobs to a third-party subcontractor.

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