Wal-Mart internal memo says it like is...
Yes Wal-Mart in an internal memo allows that its benefit package is too expensive for most workers, that many workers rely on State funded health care and that it must continue to find ways to cut costs for the program due to growing numbers of longer term employees gaining access to the program.
A memo written by Wal-Mart Executive Vice President for Benefits, Susan Chambers, reveals Wal-Marts strategies, identifies its worries that state governments might come back at them for medical costs and more.
Wake Up Wal-Mart, a group that has been trying to get the word out on just how Wal-Mart treats its workers has a link to the memo and today's New York Times article.
Have a look. No wonder Wal-Mart contributes so much money to Republicans.