How Walmart Rolls Back Worker's Rights

This is an excerpt from the Brave New Films Documentary, "Walmart: The High Cost of Low Prices".  The largest employer in the United States is also the most aggressively anti-union corporation in our nation's history. How do they quell their workers' attempts to organize around obtaining fair terms of employment? Watch to find out. Employees deserve to be valued and deserve to earn enough to look after themselves and their families. According to Walmart, this is too much to ask. The corporation routinely retaliates against employees who demand fair treatment and speak out against company policies. In the event that workers organize to fight Walmart's abhorrent employment practices, management harasses leaders and attempts to pit employees against one another. Enough is enough. All... read more
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