May 20, 2013 — WILMINGTON, Delaware (AP) — A U.S. judge ordered attorneys for Wal-Mart Stores to turn over more information to shareholders seeking records on how the company responded to allegations of bribery involving its operations in Mexico.
Here's a great example of why a grievance and arbitration procedure could provide vital protection against wrongful discipline. A Walmart employee was terminated for felony theft and arrested in the store, while surveillance video later revealed the transactions had all been approved by the employees’ supervisor.
By JASON DEAREN | 05/01/13 | HuffingtonPost.com - SAN FRANCISCO -- California has filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other food retailers, manufacturers and distributors, alleging the companies are selling lead-tainted ginger and plum candies without warning labels, as required by state law.
UFCW Local 1500 - As workers around the world unite today in May Day Celebrations demanding better working conditions, economic justice and the right to join and form a Union, the United States National Labor Relations Board reminded one world's largest retailers they are not above the law. The NLRB today, by affirming an administrative law judge's decision of May 2012, ordered a new Union election be held at the Valley Stream, New York Target Corporation store and that Target Corporation cease and desist all illegal activities that voided the first Union election.
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