Wal-Mart Going to Trial In Discrimination Lawsuit - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/22/04

Wal-Mart Going to Trial In Discrimination Lawsuit

Wal-Mart will stand trial, after a lawsuit alleges that the retail giant discriminates against its female employees, both in the way they are paid and promoted.

Monday a judge in San Francisco says there is evidence to back up that claim. The class action lawsuit covers every female who has worked for any Wal-Mart nationwide since December of 1998.

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