It truly surprises me that these people can be so naive as to think WalMart gives a crap about their demands.
These people are incredibly replaceable, they have little bargaining power.
Unless they have TOTAL solidarity and the public refuses to cross the picket lines to take their jobs, they will get nothing but token gestures from WalMart, IMO.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
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"The employment results indicate that a Wal-Mart store opening reduces county-level retail employment by about 150 workers, implying that each Wal-Mart worker replaces approximately 1.4 retail workers. This represents a 2.7 percent reduction in average retail employment. The payroll results indicate that Wal-Mart store openings lead to declines in county-level retail earnings of about $1.2 million, or 1.3 percent. Of course, these effects occurred against a backdrop of rising retail employment, and only imply lower retail employment growth than would have occurred absent the effects of Wal-Mart."
looks like this one was written by a some a german dude and some non-german dudes.
It's a waist of time and effort for something I can't even use or need. I would rather be playing video games.
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C'man man, you're better than this.
This depends on choice. How much work is available? Is Walmart the only real employer within a reasonable traveling distance? Again, this argument of just leaving the workplace only works if you know all the factors to the person's living conditions. If you don't, it's mostly wishful thinking and theorizing.An employee has a choice to work for a company or not within the bounds of a legal contract.
Again your argument is absurd.
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