Why are Wal-Mart employees so paternized?
What is the real difference in someone working at a Target or other grocery store?
They're all basically fur filling the same job titles and routines.
There are rude people in every business and frankly, everywhere you go. Nowadays...
So is being a waitress or waiter considered a better or worse job than being a Wal-Mart employee?
What about one of those guys who has to work outside all day road repair, construction, etc?
Just trying to understand why the Wal-Mart employees always seem to get a bad rap...
From what I understand Wal-Mart actually promotes its employees and has one if the best retail systems ( inventory, reordering, etc)
Once even heard that if a Wal-Mart employee wanted to transfur to a Target - that Target would hire them on the spot because Wal-Mart employees are trained better.
So is it the employees or the clientele that give this store a bad reputation?
Help me understand...
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