WASHINGTON — Whole Foods, Costco and Supervalu received high marks and landed in the acceptable “green zone” among retailers who practice non-discriminatory policies in the workplace, according to a recent survey by a civil rights organization. Kroger and Meijer, on the other hand, scored in the red, meaning these companies have work to do when it comes to furthering equality at their companies, according to the Human Rights Campaign, a group based here that works to achieve equality for ...
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