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  1. [...] Walmart-contracted warehouse Posted at 2:15 on July 21, 2012 by rss@dailykos.com Laura Clawson Warehouse workers in California filed a complaint with the California [...]

  2. [...] Warehouse workers in California filed a complaint with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) against a warehouse that moves goods exclusively for Walmart. The warehouse is operated by one Walmart contractor and workers are hired by two staffing agencies. In the complaint, workers describe a workplace rife with unsafe conditions including limited or no access to clean water, high temperatures, broken equipment, and unreasonable and unsafe quotas. They are charged for required safety equipment. Workers are often blocked inside the trailers they are loading for up to 30 minutes with no exit. [...]

  3. [...] Warehouse workers in California filed a complaint with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) against a warehouse that moves goods exclusively for Walmart. The warehouse is operated by one Walmart contractor and workers are hired by two staffing agencies. In the complaint, workers describe a workplace rife with unsafe conditions including limited or no access to clean water, high temperatures, broken equipment, and unreasonable and unsafe quotas. They are charged for required safety equipment. Workers are often blocked inside the trailers they are loading for up to 30 minutes with no exit. [...]

  4. [...] Warehouse workers in California filed a complaint with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) against a warehouse that moves goods exclusively for Walmart. The warehouse is operated by one Walmart contractor and workers are hired by two staffing agencies. In the complaint, workers describe a workplace rife with unsafe conditions including limited or no access to clean water, high temperatures, broken equipment, and unreasonable and unsafe quotas. They are charged for required safety equipment. Workers are often blocked inside the trailers they are loading for up to 30 minutes with no exit. [...]

  5. [...] Warehouse workers in California filed a complaint with the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) against a warehouse that moves goods exclusively for Walmart. The warehouse is operated by one Walmart contractor and workers are hired by two staffing agencies. In the complaint, workers describe a workplace rife with unsafe conditions including limited or no access to clean water, high temperatures, broken equipment, and unreasonable and unsafe quotas. They are charged for required safety equipment. Workers are often blocked inside the trailers they are loading for up to 30 minutes with no exit. [...]

  6. Richard Crooksou says:

    Wal Mart doesn’t care about you employees. What are you going to do when it comes to retirement, sick leave, vacation, etc. The only way things will change is when you all ban together and form a Union.

  7. Margaret Garcia says:

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