Some were surprised by Wal-Mart’s refusal. However, it came as no shock to me since I have been ignored by store #2615; after nearly four years; 64 letters refuting my wrongful termination; 34 pages of documented proof that I was denied training; that workers are without rights; after 92 videos posted on You Tube on “bostongbr” and still I am ignored.
Wal-Mart Executives failure to meet us only proves a pattern and practice of disrespecting their workers. It seems that Wal-Mart has become a god beside God and answers to no one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS-71TFLcEM&feature=BFa&list=PLF8744F560A8E12D9&lf=plpp_video&index=82
This perhaps is even truer in the State of Georgia wherein workers are fired for good cause, bad cause or for no cause at all thanks to Georgia Legislators.
Even more sickening is that Georgia Employers are not required to tell workers why they were terminated and we keep sending these people back to the legislature to disrespect Georgia Workers even more during these hard economic times. How sad?
As a retired military veteran it is imperative that our active duty, disabled, retired military veterans along with other American Workers are respected. Georgia Legislators should not follow the Republic of China disgraceful work laws and (all) Georgians should be outraged by their actions in times like these. God bless both the righteous and the not so righteous.
GEORGE BOSTON RHYNES
Retired Military Veteran