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California Grocery Workers Strike
A proposal for ending the California Grocery Workers Strike of 2004.
# 122076 | 750 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Business (Management) , Labor Studies (General)

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This paper gives an in-depth analysis and offers a proposal for ending grocery workers strike against three major chains in California in 2004. In addition, it covers the major areas of disagreement between employers and unions. It also examines the role of federal mediators who attempted to intervene in the situation, the hiring of temporary replacement workers, and other issues. Also discusses what an advisor might do in this situation.

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"According to an article written by Antoinette Alexander and published by "Drug Store News" starting in late there was a strike by employees at three major California grocery store chains. At the height of the work stoppage more than union workers were idle and temporary replacement workers were being hired. At one point federal mediators were asked to intervene. The mediators did so with limited success. According to the mediators, the union and representatives of the supermarket chains, the biggest area of disagreement involved increasing the cost to..."

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