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smiley.gif When Wal-Mart employees stand up for themselves and try to form a union, they face threats, propaganda, discrimination, intimidation, and even firings in retaliation. As the word’s largest employer, the company’s abysmal labor standards and aggressive interference with its employees’ democratic right to form unions has a hand in legitimizing the widespread use of this behavior.



5 Things You Should Know about Wal-Mart and Unionbusting
November 14, 2005

When workers at Wal-Mart try to form a union for respect, decent health care, fair wages, and working conditions, they’re met with fierce resistance from the company.  Read more to find out the five things you should know about Wal-Mart’s unionbusting tactics.

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Wal-Mart: Rolling Back Workers’ Wages, Rights, and the American Dream
November 07, 2005
 Wal-Mart: Rolling Back Workers’ Wages, Rights, and the American DreamThis report offers a comprehensive examination of the company’s abysmal labor standards, including an investigation into Wal-Mart’s unapologetic, systematic manner of aggressively interfering with its employees’ democratic right to form unions as a method to address their mistreatment.  The study also demonstrates how Wal-Martization is eroding middle-class standards for workers in the grocery industry.

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