Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Man these people are stupid....

Better practice "do you want fries with that?" You have a job and if you don't like it find another. Don't let the union scum screw you over because they will use people to get more workers in the union so they can screw thme out of their hard earned money in dues.

Walmart offers the average high school grad or drop out a way to get a middle class income. You start at 8 or 9 bucks an hour, unless you are a cashier or former manager of some kind and you have unlimited career choices. Most assistant managers come from department manager training and any one is eligible for that position. Assistant manager knock down somewhere around forty thousand a year.

A store manager can, with bonus', hit 100 thousand or so. My assistants and their supervisors started out 10 years ago as truck unloaders and cashiers. They all are pretty much satisfied with their career choices because they work at it instead of whining.

Patti left Walmart making over 11 bucks an hour as a people greeter the lowest paying job in Walmart and I with shift differential and Sunday bonus am close to 15.

Oh yeah,  full time positions are scarce and have to be earned and when you do you qualify for full store bonus every three months and full coverage insurance.  

You just have to deserve it! Imagine that instead of sitting around bitching about how tough you have it and how evil Walmart is by being mean to union thugs and their asshole poltician buddies!

Help Change the Economy - Join Walmart Workers Striking on Black Friday | NationofChange

This morning, at 10 AM local time, Dallas Walmart store workers are headed back to the picket line. Theirs is the latest in a string of strikes that hit a California warehouse Wednesday and Seattle stores on Thursday. There’s more where that came from: On a Thursday call with reporters, union-backed Walmart worker groups said to expect a thousand strikes or demonstrations spread over nine days, culminating in an unprecedented array of “Black Friday” disruptions. That news follows a major legal settlement by a Walmart contractor that organizers credited to a 2011 sit-in at Hershey’s Chocolate. Dallas striker Colby Harris emphasized that despite issues with low pay and repeated retaliation, he’s committed to remaining a Walmart worker. “If you leave this job, you’re going to face retaliation in some form somewhere else…” he said last night. “If you change Walmart, and you change corporate America, it can really better a lot of people’s lives.”

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