Boycotting Home Depot? Who else supports illegal immigration?

I was told today that Home Depot supports illegal immigration by encouraging illegals to congregate in their lots for the purposes of obtaining employment as day labor with contractors? The way I hear it is that they even have porta-potties in the lot and let food trucks take up parking spaces to service these illegals?

Does anyone know of any "accurate" lists on the internet of companies that in whatever manner support or encourage hiring illegals? Obviously you can't tell just by looking at a product who they've hired, or by looking at a person whether or not they are legally in the country, but I'd be very interested in changing my consumer spending habits to support companies that employ legally and ethically if given reliable information.

Thanks y'all ... have a good one.

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  • 1 decade ago
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    WalMart has been fined more than once for hiring illegals.

    IBF meat packing (who supplies most of the packaged meat to the US) has been raided many times for hiring illegals.

    I'm sure if you look at any major corporation and their business model you will see that increased profit is their goal above anything else. Therefore, hiring cheap illegal labor is an easy way for a mid-level manager to meet their profit goals for the year in his/her division and thus retain their job.

    Since the govt. cracked down on the border last year, the illegal labor at Home Depot has all but disappeared. But they used to stand out front at Lowes as well.

  • OMG you people are ridiculous. I work for home depot in NY. That is soooo not true. The reason there are a lot of illegals hanging around home depot is because they are looking for construction jobs. HELLO?

    The food trucks outside are for employees. Though we call it the roach coach cuz we don't eat from it but customer do.

    ANd although our store doesn't have porta potties. I haven't seen any store yet with toilets outside and i've been to several prob around 25-30 in my 6 yrs working for them.

  • ?
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    The Home Depot's here in California now have people to chase them away. Although they return... it is not too easy for employers to hire them anymore. They are afraid of getting in trouble and/or fined.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Drive by a Home Depot and see if it is true.

    I shop at home depot a lot and never see anyone outside looking for a job.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I work at home Depot and i don't think we have many illegals there..wouldn't really care anyway though, they have to eat don't they. Why boycott it ,it's no worse then Walmart even if it is true .

  • Wow. I can't believe they would do that. I agree with you; and I too believe I will change my spending habits in order to give my service to those ethically hiring and supporting legal immigrants and legal citizens.

    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    You would never buy if you knew how many corporation use illegal labor. Mostly all of them use illegal labor and support it.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    And B of A close accounts,stick it to monkey face Bush.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Someones got to do the work that the americans don't want to do.

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