LOS ANGELES — OUR Walmart here said local workers plan to walk off the job today — part of an ongoing series of actions aimed at drawing attention to what workers say are low wages, unpredictable hours and management retaliation. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. In a press statement, OUR Walmart — an advocacy group with ties to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union — said the walkout was prompted in ...

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