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If the individuals get "what they are owed" and if Walmart is ordered to pay the legal cost of the lawyers that they had to hire, then there should be no problem.
Perhaps it will get WalMarts attention, and they will realize that some people don't think everything they are doing, is "in the best interest of their employees" .
I don't think a couple mill will break WalMart
LITTLE ROCK -- Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, announced today it posted a 16.2 percent increase in profits for its fourth quarter, beating Wall Street expectations. Its earnings for the full year topped $10 billion for the first time.
Wal-Mart president and chief executive Lee Scott called it a solid performance but added ``we can do better.'
How to " do better"
1. Increase sales
2. Decrease expenses (no lunch breaks, no coffee breaks, less workers in the stores)
What other recourse do the employees have?
Lose a days pay and take the store to court individually.
Complain to the store management until they get fired.
Complain to government labor board until they get fired
Or as Tony Soprano would say
Forget about it!