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Walmart vs. Costco: How Do They Really Compare?

How the country's two biggest retailers fare head-to-head. Read More »

Walmart Worker: Why I Love My Job And Can't Fathom The Protests

Walmart Worker: Why I Love My Job And Can't Fathom The Protests

This week, thousands of Walmart associates are in Bentonville, Ark., to celebrate the annual shareholders' meeting. So are hundreds of Walmart protesters, some employees, most organizers, all demanding better wages and working conditions. The protesters have so far grabbed much of the media coverage; but what... Read More »

Walmart Workers Walk Out, File 'Unfair Labor Practice' Charges

Walmart Workers Walk Out, File 'Unfair Labor Practice' Charges

A handful of Walmart workers in Maryland and Texas walked off the job on Thursday. With the support of the labor group, OUR Walmart, they filed "unfair labor practice" charges with the National Labor Relations Board, accusing the mega-retailer of threats of retaliation. Walmart managers "unlawfully and... Read More »

Walmart Organizers Claim Victory In Little-Heralded Announcement

Walmart Organizers Claim Victory In Little-Heralded Announcement

Walmart was quick to dismiss the Black Friday strikes at their stores as a failure, claiming it had record Black Friday sales regardless. But last week, Walmart's U.S. president and CEO Bill Simon made an announcement that led some Walmart organizers to believe they were finally handed a victory. Read More »

Walmart Hit With Minimum Wage Lawsuit

Walmart Hit With Minimum Wage Lawsuit

A new lawsuit accused Walmart Stores Inc. and two staffing agencies of requiring temporary employees to show up early for work, stay late, and work through lunch at the world's largest retailer. The proposed class action, filed Monday in a Chicago federal court, alleged that Walmart and the agencies violated... Read More »

Why Is It So Hard To Get An $8 An Hour Job At Walmart?
Walmart Announces Jobs, $400M for South Carolina

Walmart Announces Jobs, $400M for South Carolina

MEG KINNARD Wal-Mart Stores Inc. announced Wednesday that the discount retailer was bringing 4,000 new jobs to South Carolina, an investment of $400 million in the state over the next five years. "We believe South Carolina is a great place for us to invest and a great place to grow," company CEO Bill... Read More »

Target vs. Walmart -- Which One Is a Better Place to Work?

Target vs. Walmart -- Which One Is a Better Place to Work?

Attention Target Team members, did you ever wonder how your job stacks up against similar positions at the world's largest retailer, Walmart? Though the two chains may have different corporate cultures, according to PayScale, the rivals' rank and file have plenty in common, in addition to stocking scads of... Read More »

What It's Like to Work at Walmart

What It's Like to Work at Walmart

I started out at Walmart as a lowly cashier in 1999. It was just an after-school job, something to pay for going to the movies with my friends and to fuel my video game addiction. Apparently, I was good at what I did, because I got promoted to customer service manager, and then to a job in the accounting... Read More »

Companies to Watch: Walmart

Companies to Watch: Walmart

Industry: Discount Retail/Grocery Headquarters: Bentonville, Ark. CEO: Mike Duke With over 2 million employees worldwide, Walmart Inc. is the largest private employer in the United States. The company has steadily grown since founder Sam Walton opened the first Walmart-branded store in 1962. Read More »

I Interviewed at Walmart

I Interviewed at Walmart

My name is Jerome Powell and I'm a 22-year-old student majoring in Business and Marketing at Bluefield State College. I applied for a cashier position at Walmart in February 2010. To apply, I went to a Walmart store and completed a job application on a small computer in the employee break area at the back of... Read More »

Confessions of a Walmart Greeter: All in a Day's Work

Confessions of a Walmart Greeter: All in a Day's Work

Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., initiated an open-door policy seldom seen in business today. He was actually receptive to employee suggestions. One Walmart staffer proposed, due to increased shoplifting problems, that it might be beneficial to post greeters at each Walmart entrance. Sam's vision... Read More »

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