Tyson Foods Faces Backlash Over Plans to Hire Illegal Aliens Amid Plant Closures

Tyson Foods’ proposal to recruit over 40,000 illegal aliens and migrants for food processing jobs has sparked controversy.

The move follows plant closures and layoffs of American workers. Tyson’s HR leader cited migrants’ loyalty and desire for stability, but the company faced swift backlash.

While attempting to clarify, Tyson emphasized its opposition to illegal immigration and commitment to hiring legally authorized workers. The announcement comes amid closures of several Tyson plants across the U.S., including in Iowa, with plans for more closures in other states.

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