South Korean Unions in Solidarity with WWU at Walmart Procurement Office Seoul

On March 9, 2012, leaders of the the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, the Korean Public Service and Transportation Workers Union, and International Solidarity House joined with representatives from Change to Win and Warehouse Workers United to visit the Walmart global procurement office in Seoul, South Korea. The delegation called on the retailer, the direct employer of 2.1 million people worldwide and millions more who contract to produce and ship goods for the company, to adopt a Responsible Contractor Policy to ensure that all workers in their supply chain have living wages and freedom of association. The largest company in the world needs to hear from workers around the world and do something to start creating good jobs! Thanks to KPTU, KCTU and the workers of South Korea for your solidarity.

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