Wal-Mart's Opposition to Unions
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This paper examines Wal-Mart's strong anti-union stand. The paper looks at why Wal-Mart has such a virulent anti-union stance and examines the steps the company takes in order to prevent successful unionization. In addition, the paper provides a brief history of Wal-Mart and describes the ways in which Wal-Mart's operations affect the economies in which the company participates.
From the Paper:"The recent strike by grocery workers in California was attributed in part to the influence of Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart intends to expand its Super Centers into the Southern California area these stores that sell groceries as well as traditional discount store items will compete directly with the stores that were struck by workers The supermarkets claimed that they had to keep wages down in order to compete with Wal-Mart a notoriously non-union employer This is only one instance of ways in which Wal-Mart's operations
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