Joseph T. Hansen doesn’t shy away from a challenge. And good thing, because Hansen and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union are up against the largest food retailer in the country. Wal-Mart Stores, in UFCW’s view, has “led the race to the bottom for workers with low wages and no benefits,” Hansen said. Along with the group OURWalmart, UFCW has held demonstrations against the Bentonville behemoth’s working conditions. Last month, ...
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