Let $A$ be a dg-agebradg-algebra, or more generally an $A_\infty$-algebra. Then it is well known that the Hochschild cochain complex $C^*(A, A)$ computing Hochschild cohomology is a $B_\infty$-alebra, B_\infty$-algebra, see for example, the paper of Bernhard Keller "Derived invariance of higher structures on the Hochschild complex" available on his pageweb.
I would like to know whether the Hochschild chain complex $C_*(A, A)$ (which computes Hochschild homology) is a $B_\infty$-module over the Hochschild cochain complex $C^*(A, A)$?
Can someone give me the precise defintion, or a precise reference, of the action of $C^*(A,A)$
on $C_*(A, A)$ if the answer is Yes?