Saturday, May 2, 2015

Walmart plumbing bad?

Walmart (WMT) unexpectedly closed five stores last week for what it said were
severe plumbing problems. That put 2,200 people out of work.

But the United Food and Commercial Workers union filed an injunction with the
National Labor Relations Board on behalf of Walmart Monday seeking to stop workers
from losing their jobs. It wants the NLRB to force Walmart to rehire
all of the terminated workers.

"This is a new low, even for Walmart," said Venanzi Luna, an eight-year
Walmart worker at that store and a OUR Walmart member.
We know that Walmart is scared of all we have accomplished as members of
OUR Walmart so they're targeting us. It's unfortunate that Walmart has chosen to
hurt the lives of so many people, just to try to conceal their real motives of silencing
workers just like they've always done."

Keep in mind of Walmart's point of retaliation as in how they have closed stores
down before because of wanting to start a union. And you might of heard about
their anti union actions of retaliation like the "Reverse inventory" they made the
workers do. In that they did but slowly not putting much on the shelf!
(Retaliation impedes productivity, when will they learn?)

~~~~~Here’s Walmart’s Internal Guide To Fighting Unions And Monitoring Workers
In two Powerpoint presentations, published by and confirmed as
authentic by a Walmart spokesman, the company depicts OUR Walmart organizers
as money-hungry exploiters looking to fleece Walmart associates without providing
any material benefit to the workers, and it urges managers to nudge workers away
from unions while taking care to frame their comments in ways that don’t violate the
letter of U.S. labor laws.

Walmart is getting close to the $500 billion mark in sales revenue and insane gross
income with sales and internet sales. Yet they have pluming issues?
No other stores seem to be at that point to close down stores because of bad pipes.
With that much money they will do anything to protect their money!

My best bet this is the "CNGC." That stands for,
"Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee" doing this.
The basic responsibility of the members of the Committee is to exercise their business
judgment to act in what they reasonably believe to be in the best interests of the
Company and its shareholders.

Also from the past makeover of the store they dumped many workers as a new start.
Like to freshen the staff, weeding out workers. Stopping some stores for "Pluming"
is a good way to clear out workers to get new ones in etc.
The same thing is done in hotels, about every 3 to 4 years they will fire
the banquet manager to get someone fresh in with new standards. "Keep it fresh."
And Walmart raising the pay is to help with getting more workers as it ups the
being able to get workers that can pass the background check or is just
past crackhead bad. (Who wants to work for $7 after taxes pay?!)

I also have to note the Walmart executives are not talking much, these days.
They are a prisoner of their corporation! As noted from many corporations
there is a amount of fire that follows the job when you are up in the $500 billion!
NSA bugging the E-Mail, phones etc, they know it. Also from Walmart it's self!
The days of me getting some info is gone now!

This is a sign of fucked up shit! Walmart is changing things they also are
going to Remove Zone Managers in Store Overhaul.

With the money flow I am wondering when the Government will break up Walmart?
Not to the fact that it would any good. Walmart Family has more than Walmart.
They are property holders, Banks and more! More likely if there is a mall going up close
to a Walmart it's them doing it! The rent goes to the family.

"Walmart’s ruling family, the Waltons, has more wealth than 42% of
American families combined."

"Most Walmart workers can only dream of making $25,000 in a year. Meanwhile, the
Waltons get $25,000 per minute from their Walmart dividends alone."

The info is there please look into this yourself information is power!

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