Walmart Pros And Cons

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Hardworking American soldiers are being put in dangerous missions to help ship cargo for military technology corporations. Meanwhile, all of the tax payer's money that goes to the military goes straight to corporations that focus on improving military advancement in weaponry, instead of soldiers' hospital bills or survival needs. In addition to the immoral acts of corporations, companies like Parson's Corporation are given a significant amount of money to spend, only to produce low quality products to make more money for themselves. Yet, CEOs are still living luxurious lifestyles without having to worry about a single concern. 2) “Cashing In On Terror.” By Robert Scheer, Alternet.org, October 31, 2007 Huge corporations such as Lockheed-Martin,…show more content…
However, large enterprises such as Wal-Mart, treat their employees with little value as they give them undeserving wages with long hours. Yet, Wal-Mart is one of the biggest corporations on Earth. Wal-Mart has no desire to share the benefits of business success with its employees. The reason for this imbalance is because the outlook of being an employee are changing. Aspiring young people now typically see being an employee leads to owning your own business. For those who stay as employees, the prospects are looking increasingly…show more content…
Wal-Mart has faced numerous lawsuits for inequitable labor. The huge market enterprise values its employees with little respect. For example, it demands for long hours and overtime shifts to meet holiday sales. This is one of the reasons why the company has earned an outstanding profit over the decade. Yet, with all the affluence the company has, it still does not compensate for workers' healthcare benefits nor their low wages. This unjust act could be solved by unionizing together in order to help transform Wal-Mart into a better
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