walmart workers

By Morgan Quinn, Contributor Cashiers at Walmart are responsible for scanning, bagging and loading merchandise at the checkout
The time has come for Congress -- Republican and Democratic members alike -- to investigate why one multi-billion dollar company is having such a devastating impact on jobs and our trade deficits.
The asset boom combined with wage stagnation have only intensified our nation's disparity disorder, the prime metaphor for which is Walmart and its heirs, the Waltons.
Sales are slumping and the retailing giant desperately needs people to start buying more stuff. They can't do that without happier workers.
WASHINGTON -- In a move that could alter the minimum wage debate and improve the image of the world's largest retailer, Walmart
Lundberg said this particular store was an outlier in its rate of part-time workers, noting that most stores are majority
Walmart heiress Paige Laurie filed for divorce from her husband of six years, Patrick Bode Dubbert, last March. Eleven months
Myers noted $2,000-$3,000 donations had been given at his store before, but never ones comparable to Monday's donation, which
Carter said the dress code enforced at the California stores prohibited workers from wearing most logos except for Walmart
Employing this many workers may make the company seem virtuous and altruistic, but the business model is not a model other companies should emulate.