- August 13, 2008 at 10:22 pm #261785
I will picket WalMart with you, but it sound like the young lady in question had a highly physical job that was not suited to a pregnant female. So, she could not fulfill the requirements. Nice employers would understand that employees who actually show up every day and work hard are an asset to the company and they would make adjustments to accommodate and keep them.
That is sensible business practice.
The founder of Walmart sounded like a good Christian guy who would grew the business sensibly. Now that he is gone, they are certainly not living up to Sam Walton's ideals:
1. Commit to your goals
2. Share your rewards
3. Energize your colleagues
4. Communicate all you know
5. Value your associates
6. Celebrate your success
7. Listen to everyone
8. Deliver more than you promise
9. Work smarter than others
10. Blaze your own path
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 3:52 PM, Lilmouse22 <email@example.com> wrote:
Wal-Mart cannot fire a woman who is pregnant as long as she goes to work and canfulfill the requirements for the job for which she was hired!
Apply to Social service for a Pro Bono lawyer..or go big time and sue for a million and the lawyer will get a third to half of whatever you get as WM willtry to settle for a few thousand.[ I hate Wal-Mart!]
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