Is WALMART Striking?
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fortysevenpercen ter

Grundy, VA

#1 Nov 16, 2012
Sounds like Walmart workers have finally had enough of making the richest in America even richer.
Walk Out

Grundy, VA

#2 Nov 17, 2012
All walmart employees will be walking out on black Friday in protest of work requirements on Thanksgiving evening/night. Good for them
sherry

Honaker, VA

#3 Nov 17, 2012
They don't have the balls to do this, and the manager
would fire them.Be glad you are employed people.
loltoo

Grundy, VA

#4 Nov 17, 2012
Yeah, be glad people, working for a pitance so the Walmart heirs can continue collecting the cash they won't be able to spend in 10 lifetimes. Hear that.... "You don't have the balls"
Ugly people

Aylett, VA

#5 Nov 17, 2012
I have yet to see a walmart employee that looks striking!
walmartworker

Grundy, VA

#6 Nov 17, 2012
sherry wrote:
They don't have the balls to do this, and the manager
would fire them.Be glad you are employed people.
Are you saying the manager can fire employees if the workers feel the need to stand up for their rights?
walmartworkertoo

Grundy, VA

#7 Nov 17, 2012
there is no such thing as a walk-out...you all are insane!
fortysevenpercen ter

Grundy, VA

#8 Nov 17, 2012
walmartworkertoo wrote:
there is no such thing as a walk-out...you all are insane!
You sound like another beaten down employee who doesn't know what their rights are.
heres your sign

Grundy, VA

#9 Nov 17, 2012
walmartworker wrote:
<quoted text>Are you saying the manager can fire employees if the workers feel the need to stand up for their rights?
This is Virginia, a right to work state. The only "right" you have at the work place is to be paid minimum wage up to 40 hours, and time and half after 40.
fortysevenpercen ter

Grundy, VA

#10 Nov 17, 2012
heres your sign wrote:
<quoted text>
This is Virginia, a right to work state. The only "right" you have at the work place is to be paid minimum wage up to 40 hours, and time and half after 40.
Until "they" decide for themselves what their true worth is...
Walmart secret police

Washington, DC

#11 Nov 18, 2012
We are monitoring all facebook, twitter, linkedin, topix, and other sites. If any of our employees are found to be discussing or encouraging any work stoppage, they will be terminated and their names released to all area employers as undesirable agitators. They are also ineligible for any pubic assistance.

We are always awake and watching.
Walmart secret police

Washington, DC

#12 Nov 18, 2012
fortysevenpercenter wrote:
<quoted text>Until "they" decide for themselves what their true worth is...
We have your ip and mac address.
loltoo

Grundy, VA

#13 Nov 18, 2012
good luck with that, hopefully no no one will need "pubic" assistance
WAL MART is not Worried

Lebanon, VA

#14 Nov 18, 2012
loltoo wrote:
good luck with that, hopefully no no one will need "pubic" assistance
Each employee has tehh right to go home PERMANENTLY if they are not satisfied with what Wal-Mart provides them. No Problem. As for the public assistance--WHAT PLANET are you living on, a vast number of current employees already receive public assistance in one form or another.
loltoo

Grundy, VA

#15 Nov 18, 2012
You're exactly right. To many Walmart and other large corporation owned by the rich have to work their but off and "still" sign up for assistance. What's wrong with this picture?

Since: Aug 12

United States

#16 Nov 19, 2012
Walmart secret police wrote:
We are monitoring all facebook, twitter, linkedin, topix, and other sites. If any of our employees are found to be discussing or encouraging any work stoppage, they will be terminated and their names released to all area employers as undesirable agitators. They are also ineligible for any pubic assistance.
We are always awake and watching.
Public assistance is determined by income. Stop making false statements. Walmart can't determine who is and is not eligible for public assistance. Anyone under any circumstances can apply for assistance and nobody is going to be ineligible because of job termination. Again...Walmart doesn't have the authority to determine who is and is not eligible for public assistance. I can't believe you would post this thinking anyone would fall for this. Lol
Lol

Bristol, VA

#17 Nov 19, 2012
loltoo wrote:
good luck with that, hopefully no no one will need "pubic" assistance
Nobody caught that...sad :)
lollol

Grundy, VA

#18 Nov 19, 2012
This is an interesting forum piece. So far it looks like Walmart workers still need public assistance.lol
crazy

Grundy, VA

#19 Nov 19, 2012
Walmart secret police wrote:
We are monitoring all facebook, twitter, linkedin, topix, and other sites. If any of our employees are found to be discussing or encouraging any work stoppage, they will be terminated and their names released to all area employers as undesirable agitators. They are also ineligible for any pubic assistance.
We are always awake and watching.
who in the hell made walmart God.
Wally

Grundy, VA

#20 Nov 20, 2012
The corporations owners try and act like God. The original owner worked his but off and founded Walmart but generations of his offspring were born with that silver spoon and feel its their right for the little people to keep it full. Working their butts off and still having to ask for assistance from the government to survive. Something is definitely wrong with this picture.

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