Walmart has Ruthlessly Exploited its Workers for Years

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/4/2013, p16
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The article focuses on Walmart Stores Inc. and its law evasions which include abuse of workers and suppression of strikes. A sustained strike called Organization United for Respect (OUR) is being organized against the company. The company has been in news for sex discrimination also. Around 100 unfair labor practices complaints have been filed against the company.


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