The Associated Press
2014 WASHINGTON – Federal officials filed a formal complaint that alleges that Wal-Mart last year violated the rights of demonstrators and workers on strike.
The National Labor Relations Board said that Wal-Mart illegally fired, punished or threatened more than 60 employees in 14 states participate in activities protected by the law to complain about wages and working conditions.
The general council of the labor board initially said the charges in November, but not formally filed the complaint to try to reach an agreement with Wal-Mart. The company has insisted that his actions were legal and justified.
The complaint will go before a judge of administrative litigation. If Wal-Mart is found liable, he could be ordered to give workers back pay, reinstatement and reverse disciplinary actions.
Metro tried to get a reaction from Wal-Mart in Puerto Rico but no answer.
Keep in mind tah if the associated records were flawless there’s no much that the manager do ot use this method to get an advantage in caution or dismiss a partner. There are many partners who want to join and organize to fight for their rights, they are afraid of being fired or otherwise admonish the certain way.
We must bear in mind that labor rights are human rights.