New York Times: Report Assails Wal-Mart Over Unions

In its first study of how an American company treats its workers, Human Rights Watch asserted yesterday that Wal-Mart’s aggressive efforts to keep out labor unions often violated federal law and infringed on its workers’ rights.

Read Steven Greenhouse's full story in the New York Times.


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