By  on July 15, 2009

WASHINGTON — In the high stakes political game over health care reform, the centerpiece of President Obama’s domestic agenda, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. stands to gain considerable ground in its public image and labor relations.


The country’s largest retailer has long been cast as antiworker after a series of negative incidents and a vigorous effort against unionizing its stores, but in recent times has improved its stance through better employee benefits. Now, Wal-Mart has inserted itself into a game-changing debate of historical proportions that promises to burnish its reputation and establish the company as a model corporate citizen in the eyes of workers and consumers.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus