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I have spent some time checking withvarious people that still work for Wal-Mart, including an asst. manager and none of them know what the heck you are talking about. Unless you are a vendor (Pepsi, Little Debbie, Frito, etc.) you don't unload your freight. And Wal-Mart doesn't charge you to unload that freight. Let me get this right, you bring Wal-Mart merchandise or property to the store, Wal-Mart pays YOU to bring it there and then they turn around and charge you to have Wal-Mart employees remove Wal-Mart property off the truck. I think you need to do your homework and get off of that unionized planet you live on.
Ask any truck driver,dispatcher,fleet manager with any trucking company that delivers to a D.C. When you walk into the receiving office the first thing they tell you if we unload your freight we will charge you or you can use one of our old junky pallet jacks to unload your freight.
So go back to your anti-union brainwashing Wal Mart doctor and get a refill on your meds.