After an outcry from activists over an alleged “English-only” policy for Whole Foods Market employees, company officials said Friday they have revised the company’s language guidelines.
Last month, two employees at a Whole Foods store in Albuquerque, N.M., said they were suspended after complaining about being told they couldn’t speak Spanish to each other while on the job.
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