I disagree with this:
The judge also ordered the company to change its dress code for California employees that restricted employees' ability to wear union shirts.
This meant on the job if you explore it. Yet it is WalMart's policy to not allow any clothing or pins of any kind with political or ideological slogans. I think an employer can set a dress code that excludes controversy and non-business promotion.
Could managers where anti-union clothing and buttons? Could employees?
If this applies to WalMart, it applies to anything political and economic - thus employees could wear shirts saying homosexuals are going to hell, vote Republican, the Pope is the Anti-Christ, Eliminate Israel or anything else.
Pay your employees **** and make them work ****ty hours - many will not be able to afford or get insurance. These employees will, of course, be higher risk of death due to poor standards of living and lack of health care. Employee dies, you collect, everyone wins. Except the employee.
Ted Cruz is the dumbest person alive.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
The average pay is well above the minimum wage.
Do they still take out policies to this day, or do you know and if not, when was the last time it was practiced?
I know they didn't have a policy on me.
But, back to the post to what I responded to.....nice deflection.