Recruiting Trouble for Tyson

Lachnit, Carroll
February 2002
Workforce;Feb2002, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p22
Reports on the federal indictment faced by Tyson Foods Inc., which charges that it smuggled illegal Mexican immigrants to work in its processing plants in the U.S. Web site which provides the indictment; Facts according to the indictment.


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