BOSTON — Failure to comply with federal, state and union labor regulations cost retailers from a cross-section of trade categories an average of $250,000 in fines over the past 12 months, according to a new study from AMR Research here. Wal-Mart Stores has paid perhaps the costliest fines stemming from labor-related class-action lawsuits, but the issue of non-compliance to labor rules pertains to all sizes of retailers, said Janet Sherlock, research director of retail for AMR Research, last ...
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