The more than 1,200 Associated Wholesale Grocers workers in Kansas City and Springfield who lost their jobs in April when the company outsourced its warehouse and transportation work will likely soon be back on the job — some as early as tomorrow. The company has reached a tentative agreement with the Teamsters union to end the dispute and the rank and file will vote on it today. The National Labor Relations Board had earlier ruled the company bargained with the union in bad faith.