Many new Walmart workers will still qualify for public assistance
Ad shines spotlight on Suffolk Walmart’s security methods, asks viewers to call mayor
First ads to run in four cities: Ads address Walmart offloading security to local police at taxpayer expense
WALMART SETTLES CLASS-ACTION SUIT ALLEGING ANTI-LGBTQ BIAS
Additional damages and penalties could push the total Walmart owes to more than $150 million
The UFCW Local in St. Louis, MO, (Local 655) debuted a new commercial this week that encourages shoppers to buy their holiday groceries from one of the three local union food chains instead of buying from Walmart stores — where Stan Kroenke made his fortune and abandoned St. Louis in the process. MCAW agrees that now, more than ever, it’s important to support workers who fight to improve wages and other benefits in the workplace.
Washington, DC — Making Change at Walmart (MCAW), the national campaign to change Walmart into a more responsible employer, released the following statement in response to the United States’ 2016 election: