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Is that even possible?
I highly doubt that... Walmart are good at what they do. Pretty much whatever they do, they dominate. They're real big on accepting nothing but excellence.
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post #12 of 80
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I highly doubt that... Walmart are good at what they do. Pretty much whatever they do, they dominate. They're real big on accepting nothing but excellence.


Please tell me you're kidding
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Please tell me you're kidding
Actually think about it though.

You may not think about it, but they do have a very good business going there and they are good at what they do.
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post #14 of 80
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Actually think about it though.

You may not think about it, but they do have a very good business going there and they are good at what they do.
Good at treating their employees like crap maybe lol
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Good at treating their employees like crap maybe lol
If the employees dont like it then get another job, its not our fault they didn't hit the books at school.

Seriously if they cant get their jobs done right (which most of them cant) what do they expect to be treated like no one else can replace them?
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You got to be joking.
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If the employees dont like it then get another job, its not our fault they didn't hit the books at school.

Seriously if they cant get their jobs done right (which most of them cant) what do they expect to be treated like no one else can replace them?
They shouldn't be treated with respect because they're not highly educated?
They're still human, and every living person deserves the same respect.
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post #18 of 80
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Actually think about it though.

You may not think about it, but they do have a very good business going there and they are good at what they do.
They are a very efficient retail machine. That is entirely different from "accepting nothing but excellence"

They work on the exact opposite principle - sell crap - sell it cheap
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Wow...
Walmart already has a bad reputation...

I've never been there before.


Remember that entire car truck hitting a Walmart employee thing?
    
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I wonder if Wal-Mart's Geek Squad will be Made in China like everything else in the store...
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