Monday, November 23, 2009
Local 1360 talks resume with Acme, Monday Morning One Liners...
Here's a first Grocery chains King Soopers and Safeway offered signing bonuses consisting of gift cards worth up to $1,000 to union workers in Colorado and Wyoming as part of contract proposals.
Local 1360 talks with Acme will resume today, after hitting a stand-still on Friday.
Penn Traffic Co. has sent letters to employees of P&C supermarkets warning of possible store closures. The earliest that could happen is Sunday, Feb. 15, 2010.
Wegmans Food Markets next month will open a stand-alone restaurant called the “Next Door Bar & Grill” across the street from its store on Monroe Avenue here, according to a report in the Brighton-Pittsford Post.
Nearly two dozen eateries throughout Park Slope (Brooklyn), were found underpaying workers in the NY Department of Labor's random sweep of 23 restaurants throughout the area. In some cases workers were making $2.75 an hour.
Marlene Lang of the Southtown Star thinks Wal-Mart got off easy in 'Black Friday death'.
Sources say Guiliani will seek a US Senate seat (Gillibrand), and if elected a white house run in 2012.
Another suit was filed last week to block the Atlantic Yards development in Brooklyn.
Democrats step up push for votes on Health Care.
New York City shed 15,600 jobs in October—including 12,800 private sector positions across a swath of industries—the worst one-month loss since December 2008, according to an analysis of state Department of Labor data.