Wal-Mart adjusts the thermostat to warm worker relations
from The New York Times
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When the weather gets sultry at the company headquarters, Wal-Mart workers everywhere brace for an icy blast. Because temperatures at Wal-Mart stores across the United States are controlled remotely by the retailer's centralized systems, employees stock shelves and tend to customers under conditions that, by many accounts, tend to be on the chilly side from one city to another.
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