Diversity unit added at Wal-Mart
November 19, 2003,
Bentonville, AR — In the wake of last month's raids that netted allegedly undocumented aliens, a federal probe of its hiring and complaints about its labor practices, Wal-Mart has formed an Office of Diversity.
The company said it will serve as a focal point for all of its diversity initiatives, including employment practices, supplier relations and community outreach. Charlyn Jarrells Porter, an 11-year company veteran, will head the office.
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