I don't dislike WalMart any more or less than any of them. I just don't care for the atmosphere in there which is why I don't go. Diapers and formula brought me in them a lot, and I wasn't a big fan. My husband does go in for ammo though, and he also buys lightbulbs and cleaning products there.
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields
Its not controversial at all if its your company Since its not, it really none of your business.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.
it isn't about giving anything.
you can only have so many upper management positions. you can only have so many supervisors.
for a spot to open up someone else has to leave.
now there might be positions within your current role that you can get.
for instance my company has tiers that allow you to move up in.
so you can start off as a computer operator I > II > SR > analyst. from there your next step is either supervisor or manager.
for those you might have to move to a different location or move to the main data center.
not all companies are like that. I am sure that walmart has X positions available for certain departments. IE you can go from electronics to electronics casher to sup to manager.
only if the position is available and you have shown the skill and aptitude to it.
you might have to go to a position that you don't like to move up like night shift stocking supervisor.
I don't shop there, but I did work there and it's not as bad as you think it is.
One mans trash is another man's treasure....so it sucks to you, but there are millions who don't think so.
Last edited by Meister; 12-12-14 at 04:41 PM.