No PR Campaign Will Save Walmart from Being 'Exhibit A' of Bad Worker Policies

October 9, 2015

Americans are increasingly fed up with an economy that rewards wealth over work, a message that’s made it all the way to the top. That’s why when the White House hosted a Summit on Worker Voice on Wednesday to highlight the power of working people standing together to demand better jobs and better lives, one notable corporation had been excluded—Walmart.

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