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Monday, May 15, 2017

Welcome To WalMart...


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mmmm , the culture of entitlements!

Anonymous said...

Far too many people don't think about the hiring process before they get to the interview. It's about what talents the applicant can bring to the employer, not about the employer fitting his hiring the applicant's agenda.

Anonymous said...

It's Walmart, what do you expect?
The quality comes through when you get checked out at the register.

Anonymous said...

7:59 You are being very disrespectful to the many nice, friendly, & helpful checkout clerks that I have experienced at Walmart.

Anonymous said...

Eventually a great retirement.

Anonymous said...

9:22, Yes there are some, especially the older workers, but for the most part, they are very cold and indifferent. Good luck finding someone to help you if you have a problem or question. I go there only as a last resort and even then it is very painful.

Anonymous said...

The answer says it all. "Because I don't have a job." What a winner. A big pass for this business owner.

Anonymous said...

"because I don't have a job" and I want you to "give" me one, like the government gives me everything else.

Anonymous said...

what can you bring to the job?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

what can you bring to the job?

Answer: An attitude and trouble. But don't expect it on a daily basis, or on time.

Anonymous said...

They might be friendly but on a Sunday afternoon you will only see 3 of them because thats how many registers are open.

Anonymous said...

I love it when they hand your change back in a big wad, drop the coins from 12 inches above your hand and refuse to make eye contact.