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  • Wal-Mart (WMT -0.3%) may be losing sales due to a thin workforce unable to keep store shelves stocked, according to a growing number of anecdotal reports from unhappy shoppers. While the company increased its store count 13% over the last five years, the number of employees fell 1.4% - leading to less customer service and some stores tipping toward the disorganized side. It's a trend that may be working in the favor of Costco (COST +0.2%) and Target (TGT -0.3%). [View news story]
    Wow, do you people even know anything about Walmart???? I do agree that the shelves are not as full as in the past, but I have friends and family that work there and they live just fine. They get quarterly bonuses, health benefits, a discount on non food goods and produce. Yup they are a horrible company to work for.
    Mar 27 01:54 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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