Why wouldn't the world's largest company, with annual profits of nearly $16 billion last year, hold a food drive for the less-advantaged souls in its community?
Then it hits you: This food drive is held in the employee-only section of the store. The intended recipients are the company’s own employees."As long as Walmart keeps its wages at or near the bottom, other low-wage employers keep wages there, too. All they need do is offer $8.85 an hour to have their pick,” writes former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich.