US: Wal-Mart tightens belt on latecomers
By just-style.com | 2 November 2006
The world's top retailer Wal-Mart has tightened its attendance policy for store workers, cutting the number of allowed unexcused absences and cracking down on people who are late or have to leave early to pick up sick children, reported Associated Press (AP).
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