Treat pregnant Walmart workers with the respect they deserve.
August 17, 2016 – Bloomberg.com -- Darrell Ross—Officer Walmart to his colleagues in the Tulsa Police Department—operates for up to 10 hours a day out of the security office of a Walmart Supercenter in the city’s northeast corner. It’s a small, windowless space with six flatscreen monitors mounted on a pale blue cinder-block wall, and on this hot summer day, the room is packed. Four Walmart employees watch the monitors, which toggle among the dozens of cameras covering the store and parking lot, while doing paperwork and snacking on Cheez Whiz and Club Crackers. In a corner of the room, an off-duty sheriff’s officer, hired by Walmart, makes small talk with the employees.
Posted August 16th, 2016 @ 8:43am by KFBK News - James Frazier
In an effort to help the people displaced by the Clayton Fire, a local grocery store chain is partnering with the American Red Cross.