NEW YORK Foodservice workers employed at a number of Manhattan-based corporate-dining accounts operated by contract feeder Aramark Corp. plan to organize a strike unless the company agrees to increase wages and improve benefits before contract talks at those locations expire over the next two months, union officials said. The announcement was made at a rally organized by UNITE-HERE Local 100 in lower Manhattan, and was attended by several local politicians including New York City ...
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