Tuesday, February 28, 2006

WAL-MART

My name is Josh Smith and I am a 23 year old from the small town of Mt. Vernon, ME. I graduated in 2004 from Stonehill College, a small liberal arts school just south of Boston, with a degree in political science. After graduation I participated in a year of service with the Holy Cross Associates, volunteering at a homeless shelter in Portland, OR. Wanting to work more with the issue of poverty, I knew it was time to try my hand at community organizing. And after months of reading and a couple of weeks planning while hiking on the Appalachian Trail, I was ready.

On October 12th, 2005 I was hired as an associate at WAL-MART Supercenter #2046 in Augusta, ME. As a temporary (and later part-time) hire, I averaged 32 hours per week at $7.40 per hour, with no benefits. My hours were erratic and I worked throughout the store as a cashier and door guard, in customer service and layaway, and at times even helping the stockmen and sales floor associates. All the while I witnessed the company cheat their employees out of benefits and raises, ignore workplace safety hazards, rig charitable-giving totals, engage in gender discrimination... It didn't take much of this for me to realize how difficult a job this truly is, especially given the intense pressure, the culture of fear, and the utter lack of respect handed down by the company. But I think what makes this job nearly unbearable is that, at the end of the day, despite working for the largest corporation in the world, these workers must return home to a life of poverty.

And as unpleasant as the job itself may have been, I had fun doing it. Inevitably it helped to know that I was at least trying to do something good, but ultimately it was the people that I befriended that made the experience worthwhile... as well as so difficult. WAL-MART reaps billions of dollars in profits by exploiting its workers and it is simply not right. The good news is that we have the power to stop the injustice. By standing up to WAL-MART and threatening the only thing they care about, their profits, we can reform this company for the better. It is a big job, so let us each begin today.

Let me just say that if you have read this whole blog from start to finish, well done! I really appreciate your reading and hope that you too will decide to hold WAL-MART responsible by not shopping there. And if you have just discovered this treasure trove, start at the beginning and work your way forward... I think you will find it worth your while. Thanks again.

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Panthère rousse said...

I have read your whole blog and I found it really interesting. Thank you for telling this long story. I knew Walmart was bad, of course, but you give a lot of details that I didn't know of.

I don't shop at Walmart. I find it depressing to see how many people shop there. It seems to me people could think a bit about the consequences of their buying there. A community group here in Montreal is protesting plans to build a Walmart in a poor area of the city, where it would have the usual effect of killing all the small stores around.

And when Walmart becomes the only store around, they can impose their «values», like deciding not to sell the morning-after pill... http://go.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=11213452&src=rss/topNews

Anonymous said...

I did read your blog from startto finish and am very impressed- both by your writing ability, and by the fact that you did what you did.There's a lot more I'd like to say! Is there a way for us to talk off-line? I've never been to a blog before and don't know that protocol. But I want to ask you a question more in private. My email address is maclbly@yahoo.com. Thanks! - Nelly Bly

Jason Hupe said...

Josh,
I must say that I love you blog, it is one hundred percent accurate, depressing, but accurate. I graduated with a BFA in photography from RIT in upstate NY in 2002. I grew up in Maine and all of my family is still there. They all work in the same blanket factory in Biddeford. It is one of the last manufactoring plants left in southern Maine. Everything is gone, the leather shops, the textiles jobs, the only thing left is service jobs. My mother, having to pay bills, was forced to take a position at Wal-Mart in Biddeford many years ago. My wife is a physical therapist and she took a travel position a few years ago and I have been traveling with her ever since. She had a position in Brunswick for about ten months and i took a position at Gap Outlet in Freeport to make some money at the time. I found the same practices were the same within that company. Everyone hired was temp, Out of over seventy employees only four had benefits. I would get fourty hours weekly until it came to working one more and I could be considered full time and they would cut me down to ten hours. They did this to everyone. It is sad what this country has turned into and the cycle that we are now in. I am hoping to make it back to Maine some time soon to continue working on a photographic essay on Maine and the reality of trying to make a living there. I am always correcting poeple when they find out I am from Maine. Everyone thinks I grew up on the coast, ate lobster every day and was raised in a paradise. No one realizes that Maine is a horrible place to live and raise a family. My family struggled and still are. I find the term "the way life should be" sadly ironic. The way life should be for tourist that is. Well...great blog...

Anonymous said...

I truly enjoyed your blog. Most of the substance of your reports wasn't news to me but it was good to have corroboration. I think the most appalling thing was watching you get more desirable jobs while others who had more experience and were better qualified were ignored. That was just too depressing. I'm so glad that you managed one small victory in your 'career' there.

Thank you.

Peter said...

Josh,
I just want to say thanks for your efforts - both at committing yourself to living "in the belly of the beast" for a time, and also for sharing it with readers.
I only recently found your blog when it was mentioned in another blog closer to home - Adirondack Wal-Mart.
At this time, our small village of Saranac Lake, in the northern Adirondack Park is dealing with Wal-Mart's desire to plunk down a 121,000 "small" supercenter on the outskirts of our downtown. There's a fair number of folks who've bought into the Wal-Mart advertising: smiley faces, packed aisles, everything you never realized you needed 'til it hopped into your cart...
But there's also a significant portion of our population (more trees than people hereabouts, but that's fine with most of us) who have SERIOUS reservations for any number of reasons.
Your writings do an excellent job of illuminating the daily grind - showing the human side, that folks working for the WM are in a tough bind, doing their best in very difficult circumstances, under the thumb of, what else can we call it but the Company Store.
I wish you well wherever your path leads. And thanks again.
If you ever come through Saranac Lake, mention you're the Working At Wal-Mart Blogger as most any downtown shop, and many of us will want to shake your hand!
Peter Wilson
Major Plowshares Army & Navy Surplus

Anonymous said...

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Doors open at 9am. Stampede as you enter.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Josh, I wrote to you last week, but maybe I didn't do it right. Is it possible for you to email off blog? I have been doing essentially what you did (working at Walmart to see what the conditions are), (and wish to remain anonymous at this time), and would love to "chat" with you about lots of topics. You can email me at maclbly@yahoo.com. Thanks! Nelly Bly

Rich said...

Please, please, please more stories!

Adirondack Wal-Mart said...

Excellent job Josh! You are the man!

Jackson said...

Just wanted to say thanks for keeping such a thorough and well-written diary of your experiences. I definitely reading the whole thing from start to finish. To put the situation in human terms as you have makes it a powerful statement against Wal-Mart and other corporations.

Anonymous said...

I previously worked at Wal-Mart for over 4 years. I've seen Wal-Mart give jobs to people who could find them nowhere else. I've seen very talented people working there, with little ambition in life, so they settled for the Wal-mart existance.

There were never anyone "cheated" out of benefits -- your comments make me believe that you have an overreaching sense of entitlement. It is nobody's responsibility to make sure work exists for you, and if you agree to not get benefits, don't be suprised where there aren't any.

Nobody is going to hand benefits out to you for unskilled labor. Some workplaces may provide this (go find them!), but this should not be expected of a job that required "no experience necessary".

If you want benefits, get some skills so that you do not have to work in a commodity job.

People that need benefits should not take jobs at Wal-mart. Wal-mart is great for the young, the old, the transitional, the disabled, and the second income. If you are a head of household, and you get a job at Wal-mart, what are you thinking?!?!?! Why would you let your family down in such a way? Better yet, what have you done with your life to make this the best work possible for you?

Just because a job exists, does not mean that its right for you, or that you should take it.

Are Wal-mart jobs the best in your neighborhood? It sounds like you should be living somewhere else.

Are your politicians not attracting better jobs than Wal-mart? Elect new ones.

Wal-mart makes living affordable for millions of people, and they do this by letting thousands of Americans with free time make some extra cash. It worked for me, and I wasn't dumb enough to make a 10 year "career" out of it. If you want a career out of Wal-mart, get into the management program. Also, get ready for the company to move you around the country every 18 months, its part of the deal.

This isn't France where we protest until the government guarantees us jobs for nothing.

Rufus said...

Thank you, Josh! Wonderful, brilliant work! I knew Wal-Mart was pretty bad, but I did not know how bad; I did not know that besides cheating their employees, they cheated their customers and suppliers. I did not know how they came up with those figures of $hundreds of thousands of dollars given to local charities. (hoo-hah!)

I am working with a group called "Wise Planning for Ellsworth" fighting a Super Wal-Mart planned for Ellsworth, Maine. We would like to get in touch with you. I'm at 469-8972 and an e-mail address I'd prefer to give you in a less public forum.

Ryan said...

Hi Josh, I stumbled upon your blog, great stuff!

I have been offered a job in my local wal-mart's photolab. Though it's in Canada, I'm certain it's the same. Is there anything you can tell me about the gig? Do most people like it? How is the work itself? I'm 24, so I'm fairly young. Would you recommend it?

Thanks for any advice!
- Ryan

Anonymous said...

wow my wal-mart is really screwing me over, I only get 5.80 an hour.

Anonymous said...

Alright lets think about what you just said. All of these people say that walmart associates live in poverty, but if you boycott walmart and leave them high and dry. 1.5 million associates will be losing a paycheck. They pay 1.5 million people bi-weekly. Where are those 1.5 million going to go with no money?

Anonymous said...

Your an idiot. I'm sure you have all the facts to back up your claims. Yea, Right.

Nathan Blasier said...

I know exactly how you feel. I've been a cashier for 7 months now in Vernal Utah and reading your blogs brings back the same thing to me. On my 90 day Eval. They asked me to be a sponsor, It's now my 7th month and I haven't sponsored anyone. They asked me to do the Service Desk, (which I REALLy want to do) and they gave it to someone else. They ask me to be CSM and I take the Assesment and pass, they gave it to someone else. I Volunteer to do Door Breaks becuase everyone else hates it. I Volunteered to go to another city to help re-model their store for 7 weeks. Now they are asking me to do it again, I have been getting carts and being door greeter for all of my shifts for the last week, I complain to management and they just brush it off their shoulders... It's insane. I completely understand how you feel and it's crazy that it's happened to both of us... i just haven't quit yet. Comment back- Email me. Nathanblasier@hotmail.com

Sayitaintso said...

Josh, thanks so much for this blog. I'm a Stop Wal-Mart activist, union member, and youth minister from New Jersey and you really portray the feeling of working at Wal-Mart, and so many of the other McJobs today's youth are stuck in.
Best luck to you in all your work.

Anonymous said...

My granparents work for Wal-mart and you should just stick to being whatever you supposedly majored in.

BeKind said...

Hello Josh. Found your blog by google. I start as a part time cashier at a supercenter Tuesday...and am very anxious. I'm going to read your entire blog, and treat it as research. I'm 23, come from Mt.Vernon Oregon...and have a social sciences degree. Heh...just thought the similarities were interesting.

Anonymous said...

Josh, I took a leisurely couple of hours this evening to read your blog from start to finish. Although I've studied many Wal-Mart and retail-oriented blogs and forums for some time, the story you present here gives the best overall picture of the plight of big-box employees that I have seen yet, and your candid style made it a pleasure to read.
If I may share a bit, I'm a 43-year-old housewife who, in spite of a BA in advertising, have spent my entire working career in retail and office jobs. I made that decision in the mid-80's for a number of reasons. I was a rebel at heart to begin with and a "closet socialist" to boot, which made me a fringe character at a time when Ronny Raygun was deified and the "Greed Is Good" culture was spreading like cancer.
Also, by the time I graduated I had already become thoroughly disgusted by the cutthroat and predatory practices emerging in my chosen field. Call it innocence lost.
So I proudly donned my "Die Yuppie Scum" T-shirt and joined the service industry workforce. I figured at least I'd be making an honest living, right? (But as you intimated, it's easy for a worker to find himself feeling like an accomplice to a crime). I've put in a few years each at fast food, a nationwide grocery chain, a major insurance company, a major bank, and couple of mega-publishers. And all of this in a "right-to-work" state, where Union is a dirty word, and worker abuse is flagrant and unchecked.
I can tell you that the types of unethical practices and employee abuses you witnessed at Wal-Mart are being implemented at warp speed by companies in all different fields. It seems every major local employer is scrambling to adopt every element of the Wal-Mart model that they can feasibly apply to their own businesses. The sad result has been that blue-collar workers in this area can now accurately predict that they will be treated with the utmost disrespect regardless of where they choose to work. And now with recession looming, they feel more helpless than ever.
Anyways, I've been personally boycotting Wal-Mart since early 2002, as well as trying to enlighten anyone who will listen.
I've made a few converts, but mostly people tell me that although they agree completely, they simply can't afford to shop anywhere else. And even my converts have reacted primarily by shifting their business to Target, or some other big-box chain cast in the same mold as Wally World.

Meantime, I'll do my best to spread links to your excellent blog far and wide. Thanks for your efforts,
Kat

kim said...

Nice work. Haven't read the whole thing yet, but I enjoy your writing and your charisma. I, too, work for Wal-Mart and found your site while searching for information on the company for my senior thesis. I appreciate your honesty. Keep it up.

Brian Stanton said...

I agree with you all the way! I work at Wal*Mart in ny as a maintenance associate. they not only have me pushing carts but also greating people at the door and stocking! i have put in for many many other jobs in my dashboard and 3 jobs have completly passed me by!

and still i have yet to recieve more than 32 hours! Just enough to keep me from getting a fulltime pay

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, I work for Walmart. I'm a new hire and have been there for a week now. I hate it. Everything about it. I want to quit but it'd upset my husband. Wondering if there's any way to get fired, lol. Maybe I should tell them I decided to take a job at Target??

Jason Harmon said...

I've been Wal-Mart free for about 3 years or so now. I'm interested in reading more about your experience there (I've olny read the most recent post).

This is a really complicated issue. More so than documentaries, books, or blogs would lead folks to believe. I hope that raising awareness / support for the fair treatmentof the workers that corporations profit so much from is hope of this experiment. It's an awefully popular thing these days to use different forms of media to join in with the "down with corporations" sermon of our day. (Supersize Me, Corporation, Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices) The main problem though is that only the Choir gives any ear to the preacher.

Good luck with this blog. Hopefully someone will read something new to them and will think differently about some of this stuff.

Miss Esquire said...

Hi Josh,

This blog is fantastic! The way you've shed light on the worker's experience at Wal Mart is a real eye-opener and very intelligently written. Everyone should read this.

I'm working on a short story that involves a character who works the night shift at Wal Mart and your blog has been a very helpful resource. Would you be open to answering a few questions about the fine details of the Wal Mart experience if I emailed them to you?

Cheers and keep doing the right thing.

Bess.
bwksnc AT mta DOT ca

Anonymous said...

Hi my name is Stacey, I am currently studying law, and I have a younger brother who has recently been hired to work at walmart. I was wondering if you could email me at snowchick19@hotmail.com an let me know all of the complaints and violations you have discovered since working there. I intend to take this to my professor, and see what I can do legaly to change the way this company treates its millions of employees. Walmart is one of the biggest retail companies in buisness today, and to have the fat CEO's get richer and richer off of innocent children, senior citizens, people down on their luck, and faitful employees makes me sick. Any information you could supply me would be appreciated.

Thank you
Stacey

James said...

I just finished reading all your blogs. I've always hated the way wal-mart treats there employees. Your blog gave me a great inside view of how things actually work on the inside.

Thanks for a great blog
James

name said...

Wonderful blog.

Nathan Blasier said...

I left a comment further down and it was just like you bitching and complaining. Guess where I stand with the company now- I'm an assistant Mgr for a walmart going on 2 years with the company. I have great benefits and a lot of paid time off. I bring in 80 Thousand a year, I can transfer anywhere in the World and be guarenteed a job. They even pay for the movement. ppl just need to stop complaining about life and work, stick it out and it pays off. trust me.

Anonymous said...

Josh,
I did read your blog,( my first ever)I currently work at walmart and I do agree with you. For The area I live in my hourly wage is fairly good for not being a factory job. However after you deduct our health insureance, I feel like I'm below minimum wage. I have worked for walmart for 7 years and a cashier who recently quit for 2 weeks then decided to come back was rehired for .60 less an hour then I make. Fair, no way. The management team also have thier "favorites" just like evey where so unless your "one of them" no matter how many copliments you get you never get ahead or "move up the ladder."
As for our health insurance I don"t under stand how a billion dollar company can't get better insurance for less. An example my sister-in-law works for a copany with about 80-100 employees and she had the same insurance (UPMC) I had and for her and her spouse paid $68 a paycheck. Me for me & my spouse $168 a pay check. We both now have a Blue Cross/Blue Shield plan she has dental & vision, I don't Her cost $52 a pay, Mine $143 a pay. Couldn't a company that is supposed to care so much for thier employees and have a larger employee count get lower cost and better insursnce. I think not because "we need our profits for the big bonusus we get"

Jimmy L said...

That's crazy dude!

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Anonymous said...

hi josh,

you really did an awesome job with this - i read the whole thing! your commentary on your experience is both true and insightful, and i think it shows a lot of chutzpah on your part to have gone through 4 months of this hell for the sake of others. bravo! i hope that you continue to do something good with the knowledge you gained from this experience.

doctorjo5 said...

awesome blog, a real eye-opener. Thanks for sticking it out for so long for the sake of this expose.

Michael said...

Yeah, I'm an actual former Wal-Mart slave myself. Wasted 4 years of my life there.

http://www.bizcovering.com/Major-Companies/Reasons-Not-to-Shop-at-Wal-Mart-By-An-Actual-Former-Employee.87283

Anonymous said...

hi i have been a walmart employee for nearly 5 years now mainly because after migrating from another country i found that none of of my previously attained skills were recognized here,so after waiting 2 years for a resident visa and having very few options,like retraining in the the fields i already was certified..i applied and got the job.
i dont know about the u.s but we have what they call self evals which are the biggest pile of shit i have ever seen..in 5 years i have had 5 different swas leaders which all came in a month or so before my eval..makes no difference what you do or what you can do they dont care they dont know you or your ability and whats most worrying is they dont want to
know.
i am in my mid 50s now so a career its not..so really i find it a good place to retire in no pressure is put on me..im in my own department which i find enjoyable talking to people about things i do know about,ive found that walmart shoppers are a different breed to themselves..we have our regular customers come in
and i have to say very nice people indeed.
everything i have read is absolutely true..the wages are crap...conditions are poor...its a very clicky place..but in my situation its not about wages anymore...
so in closing sure we can blame walmart for all the wrongs of the world...or the whole retail industry lets face it its profit over people..but when you think about it they work inside the rules provided by governing bodies maybe some of the blame should be directed to the people who are elected to serve you things like minimum wage,
full time eligability..i know the government standards where i am are not worth wiping your arse on..

Anonymous said...

My husband is a Wal-Mart Manager - he's the big guy, the one who runs the entire store (obviously I won't say where).

Josh, I myself used to work at Wal-Mart and absolutely HATED the job. I DID NOT work in the same store my husband manages because it is against Wal-Mart policy for an hourly associate and a salaried member of management who are related to work in the same store (at least it is where we are). I was 7 months pregnant when I was hired in the jewelry department. My department manager made me work on my feet for my entire shift and I actually got yelled at one night for sitting down because my feet hurt so bad I could hardly stand anymore. That night I got home and complained to my husband about the way I was treated and all he said was "if you don't like the job - quit". It's not like I had to work anyway, I just wanted something to do. I quit the next day - no two week notice or anything and that is not in my character at all.

Despite the problems I had with Wal-Mart when I worked there, the main reason I decided to send this comment is that my husband has proven to me that Wal-Mart is actually a great place to work if you quit complaining about it and do your job. I can tell you that the reason you were treated so badly in your final two weeks is because they thought you were a worthless employee to begin with and they were happy to be getting rid of you. In my husband's "department manager", "assistant manager", and "co-manager days", he and his "gang" used to treat their worthless employees the same way.

One other thing I had to laugh at was when you said that if you are leaving to work for the competition it is "Wal-Mart policy" to immediately dismiss you - THAT IS THE BIGGEST BUNCH OF CRAP I'VE EVER HEARD! In fact, my husband's current co-manager left Wal-Mart a few years ago to be a manager at Target. He hated the job and re-applied with Wal-Mart - they welcomed him back at the same position he had when he left.

Other things you mention are benefits and wage. EVERY SINGLE Wal-Mart out there has different wages. It all depends on where that particular Wal-Mart is located. Even the management gets paid differently depending on the area. A person working in a New York City Wal-Mart is likely to make quite a bit more an hour than a person working in Podunk Little Nowhere Wal-Mart. Canada Wal-Mart's do not pay the same as Mexico Wal-Mart's and so on. It all depends on the cost of living for that particular area - and I do think Wal-Mart is very fair. They pay more than McDonald's, but I don't hear people complaining about McDonald's wages - do you?

As far as you complaining about not getting benefits - that's entirely your own fault! Wal-Mart offers benefits to every employee that works at least 20 hours per week. They probably have 10 different health insurance plans you can chose from. I will admit that some are not affordable for everyone, but the rest are, which is why they offer so many plans. AND of course you're going to have your premium deducted from your paycheck just like you would anywhere else you worked. WE DO NOT LIVE IN CANADA WHERE THERE IS FREE HEALTHCARE!!!!!!!! If you have a problem with the fact that they are taking your health insurance premium out of your paycheck, take it up with the government and not with Wal-Mart!

I just get so sick of everyone talking about how much Wal-Mart sucks. If you are unhappy with your job at Wal-Mart - don't work there. If you are unhappy with their products - don't shop there. If you work there and they treat you like crap - that probably means you are a worthless employee and they want you to quit! So, Josh, quit complaining and move on!

Pushover1 said...

I recently read your blog. I regretably agree that it is true that Wal-Mart is a horrible place and that I work there. But at the same time, the Wal-Mart here is the only source of real business; that along with the college here. Quite frankly, I feel like a horrible person when I come home every day knowing that I work for a company that not only rips off the employees, but the customer as well. The slogan claims that Wal-Mart "Always Sells Less...Always" is a bunch of bull. I mean, if they really sold for less, why am I having to shop at Save-A-Lot or other General Stores? I realize that these stores don't sell in massive quantity nor in great quality. But times are harsh. Which call for desperate measures.
However, even though I state as much as this, I can't help but know that if I were to quit, I wouldn't have any better opportunity to work any where else in this small town. I am stuck.

Anonymous said...

I Work for Wal-Mart, and they are NOT a Low Wage Company as everyone says they are, Wal-Mart is the Largest Company in the world and will always be the Largest Company, I have worked at Wal-Mart for almost 1 year .. I started June 26,2007 til now and I am working Great I work at Supercenter #5386 and It is the Best store that I have ever worked at.. I am making more then $9.50 an hr. .. Everyone says that they are a low wage company Heck No. Wal-Mart has the Cheapest Prices then any store I have ever been in.. Now that prices are going up because of Gas Prices Increasing.. Anyways work for Wal-Mart, If youare Full-Time you get Great benefits after 6 Months Part Time you have to wait for about a Year or 2 before you get Full Benefits..
I working there asnd in 7 Months I now have Blue Cross of Illinois, which is a Great Insurance Company the One before that is the Worst Company which is Bridge Star they are not a good company.. That is why they have been know for Frauding Customers.. But anyways everyone should work for Wal-Mart they always have job openings at all their 4,000 Store Locations WorldWide!

Wal-Mart
Always Low Prices!

Peanut said...

It's so funny, I ran across your blog because I being a poor college student with a family to raise needed a job, and walmart offered more than other places in town. But, we really don't shop there anymore. At first we thought we were saving money when we first started shopping there, but in the end we found while they offered great deals on some things, other things were as expensive if not MORE expensive than the local grocery store.

My husband says I probably won't last, I don't take ignorant "high and mighty" attitudes from mangagers of "walmart/fastfood" places too well.

Get off your high horses managers of these places, you're not exactly a chemist, engineer, surgeon... You are as many of us are, at the bottom of the food chain.

cindybubbles said...

I've always wondered why I never see a Wal-Mart in the downtown core of my city...

ChickenHammer said...

Interesting that with a degree in Political Science you would choose to work at Wal-Mart.

KaT said...

I definetly agree!
I dont work there but ive heard the same thing from kids i know who do work there.

plus i dont liek walmart hhaah

Obvious said...

Why did you choose to work at WAL-MART?

With a poly-sci degree you should be making 200-300K a year.

Anonymous said...

I read your statments and you are sooo true I started out @ 7.40 also and a few years later was @ .50 more. Upper management has no form of home training, they're rude and they wont speak to you if you stepped on their feet. Wal-Mart has no sense of family. You work everybodies position, but yet they wont give you that position's pay rate whether it be less/more. Don't get me wrong it's nothing wrong w/learning new things, but be fair about it. Like you said if it wasn't for the people that you meet while working there it would be worthless. Store 3265, VA.

dima said...

I have a different opinion and believe that it is because of the crapy environment that we get such low, affordable prices! I work at Target and I love it. I have lots of benefits and a great pay, as well as good conditions of work. But when I choose where to shop, I prefer WalMart for lower overall prices. Target does have clearance now and then, but I get a better deal at WalMart and that's all I care about in todays recession conditions. I know WalMart pretty much "rapes" their employees, but if you don't like your job- find another one that you will like more. No one is forcing you to stay...

dima said...

Oh yeah, Panthere rousse, I respect your opinion and I do understand that BIG Retails take over all the little businesses, but I do hope to see a Walmart in my little town. It will allow me and my buddies to save some cash, which feels great.

Audrey Dodgen said...

Josh,

I stumbled across your blog today and, having read it from start to finish, I have to say thank you for sharing it with us.

I just finished my thesis, which was on a homeless ministry in Oklahoma. One of the women being helped by the ministry recently got a job at the local Walmart, where she works terrible hours for $7/hr, and what little she doesn't spend on rent, she spends on food and clothes at her place of employment.

Thanks for shedding some light on the situation from the inside. I wish I'd seen this sooner.

Best,

Audrey Dodgen

corvus309 said...

This entire blog is moot. Your "experiment" failed before it even started. You went to Wal-Mart with a preconceived notion that you were going to have a horrible time working there, and, big surprise, you did!

I hate the fact that snobs such as yourself, with your political science degree, your sense of self-righteousness, and your "fuck-the-man" attitude, find that it's your place in the world to tear apart the jobs that REAL, every day Americans have to do. Look at America now: The economy is screwed because Clinton and the Democratic party told everyone that they deserved to own houses of their very own! So what did they do? Took out loans that they couldn't pay to buy houses that they didn't deserve. Now we're left to deal with the debris that is our economy. The truth is, no one is entitled to anything for nothing. You're entitled to what you earn, nothing more.

You've fooled yourself into believing that you're different from the rest of us because you've gone to college and you've gone to a third world country and watched as little children create products to be sold here in America. You have no idea what a real, average American goes through. When there's no other jobs to go to. You didn't have to go home and worry about your future, because you had other jobs and opportunities to fall back on.

But if you want to bullshit yourself into believing that you've made a difference by working at a job that you obviously feel is below you, than go right ahead. But you haven't made a difference. And you won't.

So go on, tell everyone that anything is better than working at Wal-Mart. I'm sure your fellow liberals will heed your words with righteous revelry. But the rest of us will be down here in the real world, taking what jobs we can, while you and yours sit in the corners with your heads in the clouds, dreaming of a perfect socialist state where that doctor upstairs earns just as much as that street-sweeper across the hall and everyone has free health care.

Enjoy. But don't preach. I'm sure 95% of your traffic is made up of Wake Up Wal-Mart subscribing yuppies with nothing better to do than to "look out" for the average men below them.

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I work for a big box retailer and like most of the commenters, have also lived through pieces of your story.

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i guess my problem is this... i will trade you your culture of fear for a job. my husband hasnt worked in months, we are losing everything, he would gladly take minimum wage because a job is a job, walmart isnt here to fulfill you. its work. its grunt crap work, but poverty from walmart work is better than homelessness from no work.

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The 'they pay more than minimum wage' argument isn't valid unless the wage they pay is livable. Minimum, or just above minimum, is NOT livable, and with the kind of money that Walmart and other huge retailers rake in, they can absolutely afford livable wages for their people. The only excuse for their not doing so is human greed.

So go on with your ignorant bitching about how everyone needs to get an education to get a better job, but be sure to explain how that will be possible when walmart and other such corporations refuse to pay enough for their employees to provide for themselves or their families, let alone enough to afford an education in any given field. Or their children's education for that matter.

Oh, and go on some more about how people in unskilled professions, regardless of their circumstances, and regardless of their families, don't deserve a livable wage. Because that's really what you're saying. That'll really convince people to shut up and happily accept their situation, now won't it?

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It's so easy for someone who's able to afford a degree from a college (Stonehill College) that charges $30,000 per year to completely miss the point when it comes to jobs that won't let you afford such luxuries.

Quite simply, the work done at Wal-Mart isn't worth $10.00 per hour. If someone is capable and willing to do the work for $7, then it's not a job any smart business person is going to pay $10 for someone to do.

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I read your post because I just got a call from walmart setting up an interview next week.

All of your points are valid. As a customer i realized a long time ago that employees have no control or discretion in anything they do, so blaming them is worthless.

Also you're right about not having enough cashiers to check everyone out.
Also, rarely have I gotten help from associates, so I just don't ask anymore.

Now I'm not saying that workers should greet every customer but i do believe that they should be willing to answer your questions.

But not shopping at walmart would hurt your fellow employees who would get downsized/have their hours cut etc.

The sad thing is that Walmart hurts other retailers as well. I used to work for a grocery store in high school and even part time employees had health benefits (prescription, doctor visits,etc) but increased pressure to cut prices for products led them to cut benefits.

I think walmart has just taken efficiency to the extreme, not caring about people in the process. And walmart can afford to have turnover, there are many people willing to take those jobs, especially minorities like me.

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I don't believe that the Wal-Mart that we see today is truly what Sam Walton had envisioned when he started out.He didn't know his own strength. In smaller towns in the United States it is nearly impossible to stay away from this monopolizing corporation because of their low prices and variety. And as far as working there, It's politics. Wal-mart is filled with very kind people to work the registers and aide customers in finding what their looking for but most of the management are found to be lazy, low-life tyrants.Never available for their workers. For a while, Wal-Mart has been concerned about the high turn-overs. Treat your people right and they'll want to stay.

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Wow, I read your whole blog and I must say it is fantastically written. I actually am very familiar with the Augusta Walmart and have been discouraged to shop there by many of my "socially-conscious" friends; but I never really understood why so many felt it was sinister enough to boycott. I now I have a better idea of the innerworkings of such establishments and and am now a smarter consumer.

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Mrs. Manager, you're so full of yourself. Your "Big Man" and his "gang" who "treat "worthless" employees" badly appreciating the bonus cuts and the orders to fire the employees making the most - even if they have to be soulless liars and make something up to do it?
Having a good time "coaching" [read: screaming at] old ladies who've never done anything but a good job in the 20 years they've worked there, are they?
I've seen Walmart management so ashamed of themselves over what they were actually doing for a buck that they couldn't look anyone in the eyes. If I was married to a man like that I don't think I'd be too proud of either of us.
How do you sleep at night?

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You could actually make decent money and support a family. Many of you people are either too young to know what you've missed or never knew anything about retail to begin with and comparing Walmart to McDonald's is totally asinine.

Employers knew that in order to keep their customers happy they needed happy, adult, knowledgeable employees.

Why do you think most of what you'll find in a Box-mart these days are ignorant, rude children and illiterate non-English speaking slackers?

It's because the self-respecting adults won't tolerate the pitiful pay, ridiculous acne-faced juvenile management and blatant disrespect for customers that has only recently destroyed retail as a serious occupation.

Walmart has been a horrible employer for years but the current economy has made it possible for them to very quickly become unbelievably more atrocious in their dealings with customers, employees, vendors, suppliers, third party reps, etc.

Walmart destroys other businesses and destroys other employers; ending up being the only choice for merchandise and jobs left in most places they build - until they desert the place and leave a bankrupt, polluted ghost town.

They aren't "picked on" because they're the LARGEST COMPANY ON THE PLANET, they are detested (by people who can connect the dots) because they are an increasingly nightmarish plague on the planet. They aren't just an awful place to work, they're a major global drag on labor and the entire global economy.

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I work at Walmart. It is my fourth retail job, and I must say, it is far better than the rest. I have worked at Circuit City (now defunct mainly because of employee treatment and standards), KMart (very confusing and disorganized), and Target (which was BY FAR the worst of all).

The important thing to remember is that retail jobs are just bad jobs. Even Department Managers are expendable (and why shouldn't they be? It's an unskilled trade).

However, Walmart's starting pay for any position is higher than other large stores. In my experience (same region): Target (200 Team Members: $7.75 no benefits at all), Walmart (500+ Associates: $8.30 + VERY basic benefits such as life insurance and a pay differential on Sundays.)

Walmart can keep employees better than most other stores. I think that's significant. Target has a grossly high turnover rate, even in management (I recently saw someone I worked with at Target 8 months ago. Apparently, she is one of five or six people still there from that time in the entire store).

I think you have to look at Walmart as a job, and not a career, because it isn't. I kind of like my job (although I am really sick of working in retail), and I have good, responsive managers (for the most part). I've been on the front end for a two months and I was just interviewed for CSM yesterday. I don't know if I'm going to take the position but it's a nice gesture. I only have three years of experience in retail.

I'm not some kind of supporter of Walmart. I'm just saying that it isn't that bad. Other unskilled jobs in this area are far worse (they're mainly sweatshops; I live in upstate New York where there are many leather, steel, and window factories). Going into a job at Walmart, you can't expect much. I went there expecting better pay than I had gotten at Target (and I got it), better hours (got those too), and better treatment (and I DEFINITELY got that).

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Funny how someone living on the other side of this great country sees Walmart the same way I do. You are dead on the mark in saying that the only thing that matters to Walmart is profit. And also let me say I support your ideas. I work at Walmart and I shop at Target.

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