- August 13, 2008 at 10:22 pm #261792
I am sorry but I really feel a need to speak up here. I applaud those
who took the time to actually answer your original question about a
driver’s licence. Guess maybe somewhere along the line I missed where
you asked for personal comments and judgement.
I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers that work will be
found and that your son and his girlfriend are good parents to a
healthy little baby.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, mluckduck8@… wrote:
> I wouldn’t jump to the conclusion that Walmart fired her for being
> She obviously is an irresponsible person & probably was not a good
> I try to be nice on forums and not assume someone is trying to be
> Because you can’t judge a person tone online. But that was not
hard to see that
> it was just mean and uncalled for. I came on here asking for advice
> others that I thought would understand, most who have been
wonderful. But this
> post was both not helpful and very presumptive and down right rude.
> lady had not missed a day of work, and has a very good work record,
> previous employment at Walmart in nc. however, she worked outside
in the tire and
> lube in tn and her doctor told her she could no longer work outside
> heat or lift over 15 lbs. Walmart stated they had nothing for her.
I was there
> with her they were very rude, even yelled at her and told her that
> doctors were wrong. But unfortunately in the state of Tennessee
the employer can
> let you go without any really good reason. Also her 90 days were
not up so
> technically they can let you go. and if you don’t think wal-mart
would fire a
> person for lame reasons. please do a search there is a lot of law
> them for just that.
> i appreciate all those that tried to answer my questions. i
> were supportive. that means more to me right now than anything.
> in him,
> sometimes we just need to get out of the way
> and let jesus take control.
> **************looking for a car that’s sporty, fun and fits in your
> read reviews on aol autos.
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