Los Angeles Times (09/17/12) Victoria Kim
About 50 Inland Empire warehouse workers and supporters started a six-day protest march Thursday to call attention to conditions at the warehouses, especially those that contract with Wal-mart. Wal-mart contracts with NFI Industries, and according to Wal-mart spokesperson Dan Fogleman, Wal-mart has contacted its contractors and visited the warehouses and found that workers’ claims about working conditions were “either unfounded, or if they are legitimate, have been addressed.” NFI said in a statement that it is “fully committed to doing things the right way for our people and our customers. That’s the only way we know how to do business.”
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