Walmart , America's largest seller of stuff, has recently been plagued by very public problems with understaffing and poor customer service. Why has the Walmart shopping experience become so chaotic and unpleasant? An actual Walmart employee graciously explains, below. Why can't you find anything? Where are all the people who are supposed to be helping you? And what happened to the smiling faces?
Diary of a Mad Wal-Mart Worker
mister pissed: August
Walmart — the king of big box stores — can be found in just about every community across the country. But despite how ubiquitous it is in the United States, Walmart somehow manages to be a divergent brand that people seem to either love or hate. But I also know there are some pretty rotten business practices the company utilizes. On top of that, I remember when I used to frequent the store in years past, eventually getting fed up with it. But it was hard to remember why, exactly, I had become so turned off to the brand. So I decided to make a visit to a nearby store.
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Some Walmart employees are fearful that the company is spying on their social-media activity after a worker was fired this week for anonymous Reddit postings. The fired employee was a regular contributor to a highly active Walmart-focused forum on Reddit with more than 54, subscribers. He was fired on Monday for sharing confidential information, including internal company documents about a new Walmart initiative called "great workplace" that is being tested in some stores.