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Credits

The Good, The Bad, and Wal-Mart was written by Timothy Jordan, Class of 2008, UC-Hastings College of the Law, and legal intern for Workplace Fairness. Tim would like to acknowledge the research and editing assistance of his colleagues Paula Brantner, Glenn Simpson, and Eva Silverman, and the web design assistance of Midwest New Media, LLC. For comments on this report or expert commentary on workplace trends or employee rights for your next business, career, or labor story, contact Workplace Fairness Acting Executive Director Paula Brantner by email at [email protected] or by telephone at 415–362–7373.

For more information about the issues raised by this report, please visit the Workplace Fairness website, www.workplacefairness.org. For the most comprehensive information about your legal rights in the workplace—free of legal jargon—please visit our site's "Your Rights" area. In our feature series Short–Changed, we present a comprehensive view of today's most important workplace issues, like the widening income gap, crises in healthcare and retirement, work–family imbalance, and a justice system that is closing its doors on workers. Our free e–newsletters, In the News (daily) and Workplace Week (weekly) provide the most current information available on the cutting–edge issues that affect working people and their advocates. By visiting our Action Center, you can make your voice heard immediately on the workplace issues you care about most.

Workplace Fairness is a non–profit organization that promotes workplace policies and practices that work for everyone. Through our website at www.workplacefairness.org, we provide information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promote public policies that advance employee rights. Our goal is to bring together workers, employers, advocates and policymakers to achieve fairness in the workplace.