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Article

2 Jun 2003

Author:
Cynthia Green, Labor Research Association

Something Smells at Wal-Mart: Sex Discrimination Charges Underscore Stubborn Anti-Union Culture [USA]

Years of systematic union-busting at the largest U.S. retailer may soon be indirectly punished, as more than a million current and former female Wal-Mart workers prepare a class-action sex discrimination lawsuit.

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