I don’t know if I would strike such a large employer during terrible economic times. You can be replaced **snap** like that! There are probably 3 or 400 people wanting your job.
>> You can be replaced **snap** like that!
State law and violence might get in the way.
I saw a tweet claiming that WM expects the strike to be .0003 percent of their workforce. I wonder how many “community activists” will show up and be counted as “striking WalMart workers” by the UFCW and MSM.
I’m going to get a job application, :p
See post #23.
I guarantee you, the regular long-time employees are looking around and seeing scores of new holiday temps who would gladly take their jobs. The yellow-shirted temps were all over the place tonight.
F’em let em walk
For retirees this is a god send.Let the fools hit the street.
Every one will benefit,minimum wage part timers will see the unemployment bennies for them as a part timer suck and they are now with out a job and big labor shoved it up their butt,retirees will find some added income and move up the corporate ladder from greeter to “associate”(yipee),the customers will deal with normal looking employees vs some scum bag that looks like they fell face 1st into a tackle box and Wall mart will still pay a dividend.