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A group of farm laborers who chose to seek shelter from the suffocating smoke of a California wildfire last week were terminated for taking a break.
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Avoid buying US made goods. Look for the label, see USA, drop it and walk away.
Outrageous behavior by the owner. Sickening, I will never buy a product from Crisalida Farm.
I see a lawsuit in Crisalida's future.
Does common sense not mean anything to stuck up arseholes nowadays? *Facepalm*
Oxnard/Camarillo is a Workers' Market
Cris alida Farms is the Loser
All Workers Now Have Jobs Again
I can only imagine what will happen when there aren't enough bee's to pollinate~!
they want to work!
Negotiations? This is the Libertarian world of "deregulation&q uot; and "small" government.
This farm just lost my business, will find out what all the sell and boycott it all.
Same Old tactic; owners hire them to work weeks without $, 1day b4 payday would call boder patrol!
Having a black man for a president should have eliminated slavery instead of increasing it.
I think I will avoid those poisoned strawberries from Crisalida Farms.
Prosecute then Crisalida Farms!
The farm must be owned by Monsanto. They don't mind poisoning people
sick and twisted . no value on human life.
That's freakin rediculous. I hope that company goes bankrupt.
This is sick. Absolutely sick. Capitalism+greed at its worst.
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