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Union Labor Disputes

Wal-Mart Canada

***** Labor Disputes Canada

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***** abstract presents a foreshadow for what would be the foundation for a full evaluative report on the retail giant Wal-Mart and the effects recent labor disputes have had ***** the likes of Canadian labor legislation, local ***** dispute resolutions and the intervention on the part ***** unions to recruit ***** employees. There is no *****tter presentation than one that presents ***** varying opinions in philosophy between unions and employers. In the United States, the ***** giant Wal-Mart has been trying to fend off multiple attacks by organized labor as ***** retail conglomerate has had to consistently contend with ***** could be considered an increasingly turbulent work force. In June of 2004 for example, unions in the ***** States were making a concerted ef*****t to plan ***** implement a multi-million dollar campaign to organize Wal-Mart's existing and potential employees. "Union leaders say *****ir chances for organizing Wal-Mart workers shot up this week when a federal judge in San Francisco said 1.6 million current ***** *****mer employees ***** sue the retailer for sex discrim*****ation in a class-action lawsuit." (Ramstack, 2004)

The ***** situation covers a full spectrum of legal concerns such as ***** acquisition and termination of collective representation of employees, unfair ***** practices and the associated regulations, collective bargaining schemes, ***** scope of individual's rights for collective ***** and basic constitutional ***** in a labor context. A detailed evaluation ***** the existing turbulence at Wal-Mart will present an excellent opportunity for identifying and assessing whether existing Canadian ***** statutes will be sufficient in meet*****g the objectives of both ***** ***** labor factions or if those regulations will need to be re*****. In addition, ***** case holds legal intrigue which includes acts ***** inclusive destruction, fabrication, and supp*****ssion of evidence. *****s both sides are spending small f*****tunes on ***** re*****ation and lob*****ing efforts, ***** ***** *****s ***** affect legal precedence for years ***** come. These proceedings also offer an opportunity to review how the legal situation migrated to this point.

In 2003, Wal-Mart was credited with adding nearly ten billion Canadian dollars back in***** the economy either directly or **********. At a time ***** globalization and technological advances have helped Wal-Mart to expand and turn consistent profits, the retailer has been outwardly criticized for offering wages ***** working conditions that are far too low. The treatment of female employees, turnover policies and o*****r Human Resource concerns such as low value job c***** have all be***** nightmarish ***** ***** the retailer. Wal-Mart's position ***** been quite the opposite. "Wal-Mart Canada employs more than 65,000 Canadians ***** has been ranked Canada's best retail employer twi*****e during ***** past three ***** by international human-resources firm Hewitt Associates and Report on Business Magazine. The company is committed to community involvement and has contributed more than $35 million ***** Canadian charities. Wal-Mart Canada was establ*****hed in 1994, is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, and operates 234 Wal-Mart discount stores and six SAM'S CLUBS in

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