Walmart workers still deserve better wages! We support Bernie Sanders, who is campaigning for a living wage: https://berniesanders.com/issues/a-living-wage/
This is how we make America great again.
GLAD recently filed a class action lawsuit against Walmart, charging the retail giant with discriminating against employees who were married to same-sex spouses by denying their spouses health insurance benefits.
CAN YOU HEAR US NOW, WALMART? Today, 42 Walmart workers and their supporters were arrested trying to deliver a petition from 1,710 Walmart stores calling for $1...5/hr and full-time work.
They bravely refused to leave the streets in front of where Walmart's owners live and work. Add your name to their petition: http://action.changewalmart.org/page/s/For15
With profits of $17 billion in 2013, Walmart continues to pay many workers poverty wages. Most of Walmart’s 1.3 million employees earn less than $25,000 a year, which puts them below the federal poverty line.
When this page has gathered enough support, we will set the date for a strike and boycott across all Walmart stores in North America. We demand that Walmart publicly commits to raising the hourly rate for all workers who rely on food-stamps to feed their families.
Since ...1970, Walmart has managed to squash every attempt by employees to organize and demand better pay and benefits. Today, we say that enough is enough. Today, we stand with Walmart workers as they demand fair compensation. Please like and share this page, and together we can improve the lives of Walmart employees across North America.
* Getting Walmart Workers Off Food Stamps Would Cost Customers Barely Anything - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/…/walmart-workers-food-stamps…
* Walmart in Quebec shut down after workers voted to unionize - http://finance.yahoo.com/…/court-rules-wal-mart-must-compen…
* Criticism of Walmart (wikipedia) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Walmart
* OUR Walmart - "We envision a future in which our company treats us, the Associates of Walmart, with respect and dignity." - http://forrespect.org/