HEL*MART

 
Writing On The WAL
Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry by Jill Esbenshade
Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry (book)
by Jill Esbenshade
A limp for Life: This happen about three years ago. We had a faulty ramp on one of the unloading docks that always wanted to pop up because it was broke. A couple of us told management that it needed to be fixed, but did they do it nope. Well just so happens that while unloading a truck the ramp poped up and the guys who was in the truck couldn't stop in time because he was using the electric jack. Well what happened he got his leg pinned in between the ramp and the jack. Took a nasty chunk out of his leg not to memtion bone. Well we all freaked because he was bleeding rather bad. Called management back they didn't even call the ambulance. One of the associates took him to the hospital. But that's not the best part the best part is that he didn't sue Wal Mart. And yes he is still working for them. He now has a limp for life.
Trent

Got a hellish Wal-Mart horror story like Trent that you'd like to share? Do you love Wal-Mart so much that you wet yourself just thinking about it? If so, we'd love to hear from you. Check out the rest of the flock has to say in our Comments section!

Resources
Battling the Beast from Bentonville is not be easy but you're not alone. Visit our links section for resources to help with your research paper or fight against urban sprawl in your neighborhood.
This site is best viewed at 800x600 (or larger) screen resolution with a Mozilla browser. HEL-MART™.com is not affiliated with Wal-Mart® in any way. For more details click here.
In The News

    More»



    Get Firefox A Burning Moth Creation™ ©opyright 2002 - 2014