Walmart Raises Min Wage Due to Tax Reforms

Nicholas Richardson
Nicholas Richardson

It honestly is crumbs. And that is leaving aside the tidal wave of Chinese garbage Walmart dumps on this country, their peddling of garbage food, and the all around third world magnet their megastores are.

Nathaniel Garcia
Nathaniel Garcia

where fucking Walmart gets defended
Who's defending Walmart, and what exactly do they need defending against? This thread is about proof that the tax reform is good for everyone, not about Walmart.

Andrew Price
Andrew Price

You are. You know what? Fuck it. Just filter faggots like you, even you are the OP.

Liam Lee
Liam Lee

Lmao how the fuck was he defending WalMart you autistic faggot?

Sebastian Moore
Sebastian Moore

Well now it's a minority magnet. But the one I used to go to was all white Americans and Murica and shit type people. And 25 cent sam's cola's out front with the mechanical horses to ride

Camden Peterson
Camden Peterson

Walmart literally says it's a response to the tax cuts on their associate's webpage, walmartone.com
Wew.

Nancy, is that you?

Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson

Murica and shit type people
25 cent sugar water
Ringing endorsement.

William Rodriguez
William Rodriguez

If it wasn't for Trump's evil tax plan, they would have raised it to $15 an hour.

t. libtard I know

Christian White
Christian White

they're not just giving this money away for nothing, you dipshit. its a propaganda blitz. this is pure kikery

Daniel Perez
Daniel Perez

propaganda blitz
Explain.

Connor Jenkins
Connor Jenkins

Nancy, is that you?
Can't be, women have no business knowing how to read or write.

Elijah Ward
Elijah Ward

explain
simple. first, let's agree that there's nothing in the legislation that rewards the company for raising wages. yet, corporations don't give away money for nothing. ergo, its must be PR. how? its doubly propaganda: first, propaganda to get its employees (and others) on the tax cut bandwagon. second, propaganda to "humanize" the corporation in the eyes of consumers. in the first instance, look at it as a sort of political contribution. in the second instance, look at it as a form of advertising.

corporations don't give away money for nothing - its always bc they think it improves their bottom line. period

David Long
David Long

But they gained money from the tax cut, which is why they can increase the wages.

Jason Adams
Jason Adams

Wal-Mart is now the best payer and largest game in town for big box retailers. I imagine we'll see similar rises at competing stores to retain workforces. Since Wal-Mart sells most everything, this means most every store.

Noah Allen
Noah Allen

But they gained money from the tax cut, which is why they can increase the wages
no. that's why their stockholders should get a pay raise. that's where that money (automatically) goes. giving wage raises is based upon the labor market and other considerations.

please tell me you're not this stupid

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