Why should New Yorkers who own or work at Amazon competitors such as Barnes & Noble or small independent bookstores be taxed to support their business rival? Or, looking at Amazon as a general retailer rather than a bookseller, consider the disparity in New York government’s treatment of Walmart and Amazon. Amazon gets $7 million in taxpayer subsidies. Walmart, on the other hand, is treated like such a pariah that politicians, including Mayor de Blasio, compete to keep it out of New York City. More than half of the New York City Council’s members—26 of 51—went so far as signing a letter demanding that Walmart and the Walton Family Foundation stop giving charitable donations to New York City charities. What happened to the idea of a government that treats all retailers by a single impartial standard
average wage in Florida for full-time hourly associates at Wal-Mart is $13.07...for qualified associates quarterly bonuses based on store performance, a health care plan starting at just $18 per pay period, a 401(k) retirement savings plan with matching contributions, and the opportunity for advancement and more.
When I first started as a cart pusher, two of the very associates I worked alongside rose through the ranks fast and were in management within three or four years.
What's more, many of the associates who have worked for me are now store managers
considering Walmart employed just 1.2 million people worldwide ten years ago (now 2.3 million) 300,000 employed in 2004 still work at Walmart. That is 1 in 4 employees or 25% of 2004 workforce still working for Walmart.
•Last year, we promoted about 170,000 people to jobs with more responsibility and higher pay.
•Over 300,000 associates have been with Walmart for 10 years or more
That would be 1 in 7 if Walmart employs 2.3 million.
there will be changes to its pay structure, including a narrowing of the gap in the minimum premium paid to those in higher skilled positions, such as deli associates and department supervisors, over lower grade jobs.
Wal-Mart will also combine its lowest three pay grades, which include cashiers, cart pushers and maintenance, into one base rate.
Chief Executive Doug McMillon recently said the company would improve opportunities for workers, including getting the roughly 6,000 people who make the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour at its stores off that rate
Wal-Mart estimates its average full-time hourly wage is $12.92, and says that it pays competitive wages and offers its employees ample opportunity for advancement
Profits are evil, so some liberal posters seem to think, equating profit with social harm. Profits arise as part of a win-win situation in which the pie becomes much larger as a result of efficiency and investment, leading to larger slices for both consumers and producers. Our profit-driven economic system has produced tremendous technological innovation and provided the public with unprecedented value. However the nut cases here insist on condemning the system that has delivered a historically unparalleled level of prosperity to the masses. Liberals, communists, union organizers are jokes.
cashier 7.26 to 11.80 payscale.com ....Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, The Kroger Company offers a range of employment opportunities in the retail industry, from Cashier to Pharmacy Technician. On average, The Kroger Company employees receive $10.29 per hour....Kroger Company paychecks are largely negotiated based on how long you've been working,....crap
The average pay for Sears, Roebuck and Co. employees is $9.70 per hour — without the $16.90 from overtime earnings. This report is based on answers to PayScale's salary questionnaire.....
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc typically pays: -3% below market --------------Similar employers pay:-2% below market Similar companies include: CVS / Pharmacy, The Kroger Company, Express Scripts Incorporated
Walmart serves over 200 million customers at 11,000 retail stores .... last year, Walmart’s e-commerce sales showed tremendous momentum moving into the #4 spot of the largest online retailers, growing 30% to $13 billion
most of the world requires lube. ALL who want to conduct business must greece the local, regional, and national gears in most countries. If your company wants to do work on a building trades job in New York city or Chicago you must bring lube for mafia union bosses. Wheels won't turn without lube.
Hillery wins because of Bill if she gets the nod. Biden can't win, too liberial and half a load. Take that from a Republican. I'm OK with Bill Clinton, he is a Democrat in name only. The guy from New Jersey will give the Clintons a heck of a run if he is the canidate. He wins if running against anyone but the Clintons. Jeb ? Unknown.
Yes, some posts are nonsense. For examble, repeated posts stating retail makes nothing. Distribution of goods is neccessary. Mom and pops performed this task poorly. Enter Sears and A&P. Competition continues to weed out those less able to perform. What other solution is possible or desireable ?
good grief and them liberal nutters in Calfornia made me pay 800$ for a catalidic converter. What a waste! Liberials discust me! All of mans pollution since the beginning of time and all mans pollution in the future does NOT equal the pollution of one single medium sized volcano in the first 60 minutes of eruption. Liberials, get real!
food and nonfood grocery sales amounted to an estimated $117.4 billion in 2013, making it the largest U.S. retailer of grocery products. In comparison, second-place Kroger—the largest traditional grocery retailer—had sales of $76.7 billion in 2013. •Target is now included in these rankings and was the 16th-largest grocer in 2013. Adjusted sales from Target and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. are added to grocery sales from the Census Bureau because these stores are not classified as supermarkets by the North American Industry Classification System
nov 9 2014 Richmond-Norfolk grocery market is one of the most competitive in the grocery industry and York County has joined in the competition by investing $100,000 in Kroger's grocery store. If the company meets particular criteria, it will get another $200,000 from the county
Kroger will receive 55 percent of the sales tax revenue and a portion of the ad valorem taxes generated by the development for the first 15 years. if Kroger does not open by 2018, the agreement is void. a similar agreement the city of Willis approved with Kroger in 2011 but added the difference is the city of Montgomery will not pay any interest in the agreement with Kroger
That is a lot of votes. Considering every voter had to pay to cast their vote. Why is the voting so one sided?