Walmart can't afford to hire enough people?
EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS -- Never been a fan of Walmart but I have a family to support...that being said, I shop there 2 or 3 times a week (reluctantly). There is never a time when I don't wait at least 15 minutes in line (usually more) on any given day. People, this a Super Walmart with 30 checkout lanes. Guess how many were open at 5pm today? (Thursday) 7 checkouts open. 7? Really? Is it because poor Walmart can't afford to pay enough employees to take care of customers who are tired after a long day of work and just want to get their stuff and go home? Not so much...Is it because Walmart is greedy enough to make employees work just under enough hours not to be eligible to even receive insurance?
Oh that may have something to do with not being able to find enough employees that WANT to work there. I'm grateful that I have an employer that at least cares enough to offer me insurance. I think the way they treat their employees is downright inexcusable.
That's all I have to say about Walmart...