San Diego County's Unionized Grocery Workers Wary Of New Wal-Mart

08/20/2002 | San Diego Union-Tribune

About 11,000 unionized grocery workers say they are fearful that Wal-Mart's wage policies and anti-union stance will force local supermarket chains to push for lower wages to keep up with the retail chain. Some chains warned workers of possible wage cuts soon after Wal-Mart announced plans to open a mega-warehouse in the San Diego area.

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