Aramark Corp. and a union representing food-service workers at Boston’s Hynes and South Boston convention centers have reached a tentative contract agreement after more than a year of talks. The deal provides higher wages and additional pension and health-care benefits for some 300 workers. Contract negotiations, which started in September 2007, weathered a three-day strike this past June and the filing of an unfair labor practice complaint against Aramark by the National Labor Relations ...

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