Workers Head to Walmart Shareholders' Meeting to Demand $15 an Hour and Full-Time Schedules

June 5, 2015

Workers and Our Walmart activists are headed to the Walmart shareholders' meeting in Bentonville, Ark., to demand that the company raise its minimum salary to $15 per hour and provide consistent, full-time jobs for workers who want them at the retail giant. The workers also will protest the layoffs of workers who have raised their voice and demanded more from the country's largest private employer.

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