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January 7, 2013 by 99 Picket Lines
The majority of Walmart warehouse workers are hired through temp agencies, paid low wages, receive no benefits, and have no job security. They routinely lift heavy boxes – up to 200-pounds – from shipping containers on a piece rate system or for minimum wage for hours and days on end – in some cases 362 days a year. Workers encounter inhumane work speeds, moving up to 450 boxes per hour by hand, pollutants, high temperatures, little ventilation and intense retaliation if they complain about the conditions. Serious injuries on the job are common. For more info, check out Warehouse Workers United and Warehouse Workers for Justice.
You, too, can tell the truth about Walmart in their own stores! [Photo by Katie Moore.]
December 13, 2012 by 99 Picket Lines
Psyched about the launch of our new project REBRAND WALMART
Support Walmart workers! How to culturejam and undermine Walmart.
December 12, 2012 by 99pickets
Did you rebrand Walmart? Send your photos to our Tumblr page or email them here. Ready to Jam a Walmart …