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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.

Wal-Mart Punishes Workers for Standing Up
March 01, 2005

Wal-Mart’s recent announcement that it will close down its store in Jonquière, Quebec, is much more about its hostile labor relations strategy than its bottom line.  The company says the store will close because it hasn’t turned a profit. But, a closer look at Wal-Mart’s practice of opening and closing locations suggests its anti-union stance might be a more accurate reason for its decision.

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