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# Luggers Vs Butcher(sa neta)

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Introduction The main operation of Food Merchandising Corporation located in New Jersey was to stock certain goods (packaged meats) and ship them to various stores. In order to prepare the meat for shipment to the intermediaries, it had to be unloaded and butchered. The employees were broken down in to two sets (luggers and butchers) in order to perform the tasks. The luggers were responsible for unloading...

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