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  1. [...] over brutal conditions at Wal-Mart contracted warehouses in California and Illinois. More workers walked off the job Wednesday to protest retaliation against workers who spoke [...]

  2. [...] “Since workers went on strike to protest unfair labor practices and marched 50-miles from Southern California’s Inland Empire to Downtown Los Angeles to win safe jobs this September, working conditions have started to improve, but workers have experienced continued retaliation including terminations, demotions and a drastic reduction in hours.” [source] [...]

  3. [...] Teamster Nation There are only 41 more shopping days left until Christmas, so Wal-Mart workers are striking early. Dave Jamieson at the Huffington Post reports: Two dozen workers at a Walmart-contracted warehouse [...]

  4. [...] Wednesday morning, Southern California warehouse workers staged another walkout, and on Thursday morning, workers at a store in Seattle followed their [...]

  5. [...] has led many warehouse workers to have their employment terminated. In Southern California, workers have spent the past two days on the picket line to combat this kind of behavior on the part of [...]

  6. [...] been tough,” said Garcia. “My kids need food, school supplies and an apartment to sleep in at night, but right now [...]

  7. [...] been tough,” said Garcia. “My kids need food, school supplies and an apartment to sleep in at night, but right now [...]

  8. [...] layers of brokers and contractors. Pushing back against this regime of exploitation are groups like Warehouse Workers United, which is developing a cross-workplace vector in the labor movement to encourage warehouse laborers [...]

  9. [...] layers of brokers and contractors. Pushing back against this regime of exploitation are groups like Warehouse Workers United, which is developing a cross-workplace vector in the labor movement to encourage warehouse laborers [...]

  10. [...] layers of brokers and contractors. Pushing back against this regime of exploitation are groups like Warehouse Workers United, which is developing a cross-workplace vector in the labor movement to encourage warehouse laborers [...]