As employers of all sizes grapple with an acute worker shortage amid The Great Resignation, it’s become increasingly clear that people with jobs aren’t all that happy, either.
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The United States ordered a halt Thursday to imports of tomatoes from a Mexican farming company and its subsidiaries for what officials said was abusive treatment of workers that amounts to forced labor. Customs and Border Protection issued an order to detain shipments from Agropecuarios Tom, based in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi. It said the Mexican government took action against the same farm over forced labor allegations in October 2020.