U.S. West Coast port workers reach a tentative contract agreement with shipping companies. Ratification by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union still is needed, but the tentative agreement includes improvements in worker compensation and benefits. It also covers technology improvements for the shipping companies, say reports. The 6-year contract is scheduled to be voted on in January. Earlier this fall, a dispute between workers and shipping companies halted deliveries to the ...
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