Sunday April 20, 2014
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Thanks again for sharing your lack of an intellect and class with us, Ted.
Well, I know I won't ever vote for you, that's for sure.
MORE cuts? Looks like I'll be voting Democrat in this election, sad to say.
This man is bat crap crazy. I'm not going to Heber anytime soon if these are the kind of folks they elect.
I was simply making assumptions about you as you are about the employees. I wasn't at all speaking about employee wages, I was talking about treating employees with common human respect.
Employee's can't up and leave. Under the constitution sure, but not if they wish to pay their bills. Saying they can is about as stupid as anything I've ever seen. All I can say is, I'm really glad you're not in management. These people are being made to break their backs doing all sorts of extra tasks to the point that what they should be doing gets neglected. The one's who just whine and complain are the teenagers who want to make an easy buck. They are not the majority. I can't blame you for thinking as you do though. It's the common thought from those who are ignorant to the plights of others. Walmart's treatment of employee's is terrible and I look forward to the day they are brought down for their savagery.
Sorry gals, if I wanted to join a hippy cult, I would've started one.
Yeah, but the Walmart here in town treats their employee's terribly, and the manager, Tara, is a Jaguar driving narcissist who retaliates against employees.
That said, I continue to shop there for one reason. My father works there and the employee's wages, benefits and bonuses are contingent upon sales.
Ridiculous that even got a front page mention.
While ideal in theory, it's not reality in practice by and large. At least right now.
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