By  on November 18, 2013

The AFL-CIO, United Food and Commercial Workers union,, United Students Against Sweatshops, Interfaith Worker Justice and other groups on Monday urged Wal-Mart to pay associates a minimum of $25,000 a year and provide full-time work.

The leaders of the organizations asked their membership to support Wal-Mart workers by protesting against the company on Black Friday. During the call, a member of OurWalmart revealed that the National Labor Relations Board said it is issuing a decision to prosecute Wal-Mart for widespread violations of workers’ rights.

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