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Walmart, Bad for the Economy

Summary: Examines the state of Walmart and its effect on the economy. Describes Walmart as a non-union employer, paying lower wages to their employees than other retail and grocery stores.
Wal-Mart has recently been gaining much notoriety in the news. Wal-Mart is a non-union employer, paying lower wages to their employees than other retail and grocery stores, and it does not offer benefits to all employees. Wal-Mart supports unethical offshore outsourcing corporations. These three factors enhance Wal-Mart's ability to offer better prices than their competitors, thus putting their competition out of business. Consumers need to unite and urge others not to shop at Wal-Mart until its Board of Directors commits to paying their employees better wages with benefits, being an ethical employer, and being more cognizant of their customers' values. Some may argue this is a free competitive economy, and that companies that are able to strategically outmaneuver another through competitive pricing should survive, and those that cannot should dissolve. However, Wal-Mart has become too strong and threatens the pay rates and benefits of employees...

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