NEW YORK —Contract and self-operated foodservice providers should gear up for an increase in union actions against them in coming months, according to union officials representing foodservice workers here. The first of those actions, an Aug. 9 demonstration organized by UNITE HERE Local 100, a union representing foodservice workers, drew approximately 400 employees from on-site facilities in lower Manhattan, who protested working conditions provided by contract ...
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