i don't really get why the right is so passionate about walmart. if you say anything bad about the store, you get a swarm of pissed off conservatives defending the place until their dying breath. the place kind of sucks, man, and not just because of the way they treat their workers. the whole shopping experience there is kind of depressing. i doubt many of you really like to shop there either, if you were to be honest. yeah, i know. **** there is cheap.
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look, i'm not arguing that we should seize and liquidate the ****ing chain. just raise prices a little bit, leave the base salary where it is, and give people more opportunities for promotion and raises. i don't see how that could even be slightly controversial.
surprised the workers weren't locked in the bathroom overnight and threatened with deportation
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields
Retail is retail. The restaurant business is the restaurant business. You can package it any way you like: mcdonald's is running at a 15% profit margin. In 2013 they realized revenue of $28 billion! They rip their people off as well as the public and mcdonalds is getting slammed for it.
Sorry, but I just don't buy your premise.
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no everyone wants to be the department supervisor in auto or sporting goods.
as you move up the number of positions narrows. IE only 1 store manager and maybe 2 or 3 assistant managers.
it scales downward from there.