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Though McDonald’s is far from giving its employees the hourly rate of $15 an hour demanded by the 'Fight for $15’ movement, the moderate increases of wages that were given last year now seem to have positive outcomes on employer turnover and service level.

Read more about new data from McDonald’s in this Fortune article.

A New Hampshire federal jury ordered Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to pay $31 million in damages to a former Walmart pharmacist who alleged she was wrongfully fired. The female pharmacist claimed she was fired in retaliation for her raising concerns that customers at the store in Seabrook, where she worked, were getting prescriptions filled improperly because of inadequate staff training.

Read more in this Unionleader article

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