Monday, December 04, 2006
Always low class. Always
Really, nothing says corporate accountability like this.
Anyone who works at a Wal-Mart for twenty years should get guaranteed passage to the afterlife of their choice.
"Faced with public demonstrations of discontent by its employees, Wal-Mart Stores has developed a wide-ranging new program intended to show that it appreciates its 1.3 million workers in the United States and to encourage them to air their grievances.
The program includes several new perks “as a way of saying thank you” to workers, like a special polo shirt after 20 years of service and a “premium holiday,” when Wal-Mart pays a portion of health insurance premiums for covered employees."
This is a good time to shill for Tom's book.
Posted by Dave