Wal-Mart Stores is the largest private-sector employer in the United States, with around 1.5 million employees. Therefore, Wal-Mart, more than most other retailers, has a huge hiring challenge. This challenge was heightened after two of its employees were convicted of child abuse while on the job, and a South Carolina judge ordered that the retailer hand over five years' worth of employee information for comparison against the state's sex offender registry. As a result, the Bentonville, ...

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