Wal-Mart is set to cut even more jobs in an efficiency push.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is facing a $5.5 million jury award to a former employee accusing the megaretailer of discrimination and retaliation.
While a federal Connecticut jury late last week rejected Michael Barham’s claim that Wal-Mart’s decision to lay him off in 2010 as part of a wider downsizing was essentially discriminatory, the jury did find that denying Barham’s dozen or so applications for newly created positions amounted to retaliation.
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