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Walmart response

Author: Walmart, Published on: 22 October 2012

Much has been written in recent weeks about labor union activity at Walmart facilities. There is nothing new, nor historic, about the fact that labor unions want to organize…The reality is, Walmart has some of the best jobs in the retail industry….[T]he Huffington Post published a company memo detailing instructions to managers in the event of a work stoppage. The publication elected to leave out two crucial facts: the document isn’t new and why we provide it…[T]hese types of communication tools help us ensure that our store management teams are properly equipped to follow the law and ensure they understand what rights our associates have and what rights we, as an employer…have…In recent months, there have also been concerns raised about working conditions at a small number of warehouse facilities run by other companies that handle Walmart merchandise. We had a productive meeting with some of the workers earlier this month…

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