Originally Posted by CoMoChief
Yes let's blame this on Walmart.
Newsflash...if you don't like Walmart's wages/benefits....DONT ****ING WORK THERE!!!
That doesn't solve the problem, and if you could critically think, you would understand why. If every employee left Wal-Mart for a better job, Wal-Mart would just hire more people, who would still be on food stamps. It's the job, not the person doing the job. So you see, someone getting another job does nothing for the amount of money a Wal-Mart cost Tax payers, a.k.a you.
Newsflash, Wal-Mart is the largest employer in the U.S., so they can take some blame.
Three ways to solve it: Force Wal-Mart to pay more through Govt., End Assistance without helping workers, or (My favorite)Let employees Collectively bargain.
Ending Assistance will lead to employees Collectively bargaining at some point.