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  1. [...] state of California has ordered a Southern California merchandise-processing warehouse to pay 865 workers more than million in [...]

  2. [...] for labeling, tagging and packing apparel and shoes for retailers such as Wal-Mart to pay $1.1 million in back wages and overtime to 865 workers.  The company, Quetico, LLC, will also pay $200,000 in fines. [...]

  3. [...] for labeling, tagging and packing apparel and shoes for retailers such as Wal-Mart to pay $1.1 million in back wages and overtime to 865 workers.  The company, Quetico, LLC, will also pay $200,000 in [...]

  4. Amy Stein says:

    I am glad some got justice. I never shop at Walmart anyway but I didn’t think twice about the other brands. I think all brands/labels/stores need to keep tract of how their subcontractors treat their employees and not just their profit margin.

  5. karen says:

    Great Article!!! We need more of these types of articles to ensure that the workers know they are not alone and there is recourse for them when they have a problem. They must be made aware that they can receive fair treatment and not be fire for it!!!

  6. Jim Lange says:

    Well, yeah…it’s Walmart, right?

  7. [...] state of California has ordered a Southern California merchandise-processing warehouse to pay 865 workers more than $1 million in [...]

  8. [...] group’s launch is timely. Just this week, a California judge granted relief to Wal-Mart warehouse workers who complained of being underpaid and [...]

  9. [...] are workers who move Walmart merchandise at a private warehouse in Chino, California. Just a couple of weeks ago the state of California ordered the warehouse owner to repay us more than… The California Labor Commissioner determined the warehouse operator, Quetico LLC, had shorted our [...]

  10. [...] recognition, and are gaining victories. [http://fairfoodstandards.org/participating_buyers.html; http://www.warehouseworkersunited.org/state-of-california-orders-walmart-contracted-warehouse-to-pay... They have more freedom to engage in various forms of protest, including secondary picketing of the [...]

  11. [...] state of California has ordered a Southern California merchandise-processing warehouse to pay 865 workers more than $1 million in [...]

  12. [...] has also demonstrated a cycle of abuse via unpaid wages. Earlier this year, Walmart had to pay $1.1 million to 845 workers for unpaid wages. Ehrenreich writes ofworkers that were asked to work overtime [...]

  13. [...] has also demonstrated a cycle of abuse via unpaid wages. Earlier this year, Walmart had to pay $1.1 million to 845 workers for unpaid wages. Ehrenreich writes of workers that were asked to work overtime without compensation, and in 2001 [...]