Unions, Trustee object to A&P retention plan

Unions, Trustee object to A&P retention plan

A&P’s motion to grant $5 million in payments to retain certain employees as it winds down its business has been met by a rash of objections in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, including one from the Trustee overseeing the case, arguing in part that the plan unfairly discriminates against union employees.

In addition to the objection from Trustee William K. Harrington, the Key Employee Retention Program (KERP) motion faces opposition fro

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