The law prohibits managers and supervisors from taking any action against Associates for speaking out or acting together. This means that no supervisor or manager can treat Associates differently, change Associates working conditions, or discipline Associates for acting with other Associates or speaking out. If any supervisor or manager does this Walmart violates Federal Labor Law. If you feel Walmart has violated this law, please fill out the form below and someone from OUR Walmart will get back to you as soon as possible.
Hear from OUR Associates
"At my store we’ve really been affected by inconsistent scheduling. My coworkers and I worked with management to find a solution. Now they post a schedule of available shifts, so that we can get more hours if we want."Alan Forrest, Laurel, Maryland Store 1985
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