She turned bitter and went downhill from there after that little episode with the union that supposedly turned their backs on her got drug all over this board. Never quite got over everyone laughing so hard at her. Now she can't even enjoy a day at the beach. See what happens when you believe those union lies?
What does WalMart have to do with the number of veterans?
The fact that they have an initiative to hire so many who CHOOSE to work for them is a win-win for both WalMart and the veterans and the country.
Take you Cheney anger to the Cheney anger board.
I'm here to talk about WalMart. I'm not going to answer any questions unrelated to WalMart Mr Bitter Pill
You should really seek help for all your anger and bitterness. The process of voting in this country still works. Even bitter people like you have the opportunity to vote.
Last I checked WalMart was first to raise wages, forcing many other retailers, fast food and other low skill-wage companies to raise wages to. And well above federal minimum wage too.
And why are you so obsessed with shep? Has she hurt your feeling that bad?
And now you want to say WalMart is to blame for so many veterans? Seriously? Do you think before you type Mr Angry?
If WalMart discovered the cure for cancer, angry people like you would still be angry.
You didn't answer the question as to why 100,000 veterans made the choice to work at WalMart.
Care to try again Angry One?
You seem to be very unhappy, angry and upset with 100,000 veterans choosing to work at WalMart.
If it's so bad to work at WalMart, why is it you suppose 100,000 veterans chose to go to work at WalMart with unemployment at 5%? Well Mr Unhappy and Angry?
ABC News 5/20/2015
Nate Waits wakes up before 3 a.m. four days a week to get to his job at a Bentonville distribution center for Wal-Mart Stores Inc., where the former Marine is among more than 92,000 veterans the company has hired in the past two years.
As the two-year anniversary approaches of the Veterans Welcome Home Commitment program the company launched on Memorial Day 2013, the retail giant announced Wednesday that it is expanding its original plan to hire 100,000 veterans by 2018 to hire a total of 250,000 recently discharged veterans by 2020.
Chris Sultemeier, executive vice president for logistics at Wal-Mart, said the company has been pleased with the skills that the veterans bring to a range of positions including retail, distribution and management. He said about 8,000 of the original hires have already been promoted.
Just like they said they would do 2 years ago. Pretty amazing that they are able to attract such a high caliber of employee.
Shep, everyone loves you. At least anyone worth any money. All the rest are simply jealous haters.