Saturday, May 17, 2003

Jordon has a post about how Wal-Mart has grown and kept it's culture, you know lean and mean. Thing is it's more mean than people know.

What happens at Wal-Mart is, if you want to work there a long time, you have to work off the clock' It's part of the culture there. -- Shane Youtz

Back in December of 2002

A federal jury in Portland, Oregon, found Wal-Mart Stores, the world's largest retailer, guilty yesterday [December 18] of forcing its employees to work unpaid overtime in the first of 40 such lawsuits to go to trial. -- STEVEN GREENHOUSE, NEW YORK TIMES

So why should we care? Read:Corporate ethics hits a new low. Walmart found to be stealing from its employees by R.H. Meyer

- Peace

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