Unions aren't the only ones who want Wal-Mart to pay its "fair share." As legislation has been introduced in several states around the country calling for large corporations to provide a minimum level of health insurance for their workers, some food retailers have taken the side of organized labor on the issue. "Businesses are starting to get on the bandwagon because 27% of the health care premiums they pay end up covering uncompensated employees," said Craig Cole, president and chief ...
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