PA Officials Reach Agreement with Liquor Store Workers
State officials say they have reached a new, four-year labor agreement with their unionized liquor store workers.
The Pennsylvania Office of Administration says the contract with the United Food and Commercial Workers will save the commonwealth $28.5-million over the life of the agreement. Secretary Kelly Powell Logan says workers will take a one-year wage freeze and give back two days of sick leave.
The employees will also pay more for health benefits in the fourth-year of the deal, while their over base salaries will rise a total of 4-percent. The UFCW agreement covers approximately 2,800 liquor store clerks.
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