WAL*MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE -- SCREENCAP GALLERY
[News Announcer] Wal-Mart is paying $11 million to settle federal allegations it used illegal immigrants to clean its stores.
[Lady] I'm stunned that they would employ illegal immigrants. Very stunned.
You're stunned they hire illegal immigrants for nearly no pay? Lady, you just bought a sweatshirt there for 29 cents.
[News Announcer] Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, could be facing the largest lawsuit ever brought against a private employer. Lawyers suing Wal-Mart will file their motion today, and if a judge agrees, the company could be facing a class-action lawsuit for discrimination against 1.6 million current and former female employees.
[Edith Arana, Wal-Mart Inventory Specialist - 6 years] I had no idea about the lawsuit. And there were people in my store who had no idea about it also.
[Jon Lehman, Wal-Mart Store Manager - 19 years] Members of management that are in the upper echelons of Wal-Mart management talk about how women at Wal-Mart are useless.
[Vivian Calimee, Wal-Mart Regional Marketing Director - 15 years] I have been receiving manager, I was operation manager, I was merchandise manager. So it's kind of like I did it all.