Bloomberg Report Says Tyson Wants To Hire Over 40,000 Migrants

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( – A new Bloomberg report has noted that Tyson Foods was looking to hire over 40,000 asylum seekers and migrants who had entered the United States. 

Garret Dolan, the human resource leader of the corporation, stated that they were very loyal workers and that because of the instability and displacement they had faced, they were looking for a sense of belonging. He added that if they were able to find them they wanted to hire another 42,000 people. 

The company has disputed the report putting up a statement on their website arguing that the article was promoting “misinformation. In the statement, they noted that the company felt strongly about addressing the report and argued that Tyson Foods was opposed to illegal immigration. The company pointed out that in the past they had participated in two big government programs, the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program and E-Verify in order to combat unlawful employment. 

The statement points out that their team has 120,000 members in the United States, all of whom have the necessary legal authorizations to work in the country. They added that they have strong hiring practices and that anyone who was legally allowed to work in the country was welcome to apply for any available positions. 

In the past few weeks, Tyson had also made national headlines after it was announced that they would be shutting down some of the less profitable plants across the country. On Monday, they planned to close the Iowa facility which has a workforce of over 1,200 people. 

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