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    Please support writing with a Theoretical Perspective section for a envisioned research on Walmart's Policy on Women's Pay. Theoretical frameworks provide a basis for the study; examples include social and psychological theories, organizational theories, leadership theories, economic theories, and educational theories.

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    SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION AT WAL-MART.PeriodicalSupreme Court Debates. Oct2011, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p2-3. 2p. Retrieved from Ebscohost database

    Theorizing Systemic Disparate Treatment Law: After Wal-Mart v. Dukes Michael SelmiBerkeley Journal of Employment and Labor LawVol. 32, No. 2 (2011), pp. 477-511 Retrieved from Ebscohost database

    file:///C:/Users/vrh001/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/IE/BFU1NSTY/Fundamentals_of_Immigration_Law.pdf retrieved from Google Scholar database

    9 Nw. J. L. & Soc. Pol'y 264 (2013-2014) You Can't Get There from Here: Implications of the Walmart v. Dukes Decision for Addressing Second-Generation Discrimination Retrieved from Ebscohost database

    Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes: Lessons for the Legal Quest for Equal Pay. Academic Journal By: EISENBERG, DEBORAH THOMPSON. On Remand , 2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p229-273, 45p Retrieved from Ebscohost database

    Theoretical Perspective section for a envisioned research on Walmart's Policy on Women's Pay. Theoretical frameworks provide a basis for the study; examples include social and psychological theories, organizational theories, leadership theories, economic theories, and educational theories.

    Walmart's policy toward employee pay in general and women specifically has been a policy that has been placated upon dead-end jobs that lack any health or retirement benefits, and jobs that can be lost with little to no forewarning. In addition, employees are offered inconsistent hours that vary from week to week, which reduces the stability that most full-time jobs offer whereas Walmart is primarily offering part-time work with many associates only working the minimum amount of hours per week. This has increased with the passage of the Affordable Care Act as the company attempts to circumvent many of the provisions associated with the Act by cutting ...

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