Because of pressure from workers, Walmart said this week it will raise wages for all its workers. But workers aren't giving up until Walmart publicly commits to give them $15 an hour and full time.
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That's correct, Walmart is selling a huge photo of the very group of people who, among other corporate gripes, have spent the last two-plus years protesting, what they describe as Walmart's low wages, “crushing” anti-worker tactics, high CEO-to-worker pay ratioand reliance on government programs to feed workers.
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