November 18, 2013
This Wal-Mart is Running a Food Drive For It’s Own Workers

The photo up above is from a Walmart in Canton Ohio where, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, management has apparently decided to run a Thanksgiving food drive for the store’s own employees. One might be tempted to take this as a sign that the country’s largest retailer (and grocer) doesn’t pay their workers enough to put a holiday meal on the table. The company, however, would prefer you think of it as proof that Walmart employees are a tight-knit bunch
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This Wal-Mart is Running a Food Drive For It’s Own Workers

The photo up above is from a Walmart in Canton Ohio where, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, management has apparently decided to run a Thanksgiving food drive for the store’s own employees. One might be tempted to take this as a sign that the country’s largest retailer (and grocer) doesn’t pay their workers enough to put a holiday meal on the table. The company, however, would prefer you think of it as proof that Walmart employees are a tight-knit bunch

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    PAY YOUR EMPLOYEES A LIVING WAGE!!!!
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    "Corporate Responsibility" in action? See Think Wonder 1. What do you see? 2. What do you think is going on? 3. What...
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    As pointed out in the comments, Lowe’s does similar and pays much higher wage to its employees than Walmart. Providing...
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    And here’s Atrios, FTW: If Only There Was A Wealthy Company With A Large Selection Of Canned Goods Somewhere Nearby
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    I’m reblogging this again because I just looked up which store it is and it’s 15 minutes away from my house, so if you...
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