BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart suspended the Sam’s Club supplier C.J.’s Seafood, Breaux Bridge, La., after the National Guestworker Alliance advocacy group accused the supplier of creating hostile working conditions for guest workers, The New York Times reported earlier this week. The Guest Worker Alliance claims the supplier has forced H-2B guest workers to work 24-hour shifts without overtime, verbally abused the employees and locked them in the plant. “As soon ...

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