There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.
Good point, Sam!
I have not been in Walmart for almost a month and my goal is to not shop in Walmart until Christmas. I am not sure I can go without Walmart through Christmas shopping. I usually stuff stockings and get wrapping paper there. If I can avoid Walmart over Christmas, then I may just make an effort to never shop there again. I realize I will have to pay more for many things, however it is principle.
I have recently watched and read many things about what Walmart stands for. I have decided from what I have heard and read they don't stand for much. I am extremely disappointed in any business that has no values. I would be alright if they would say they stood for something. For example I don't believe they do what is best for their employees, customers, community or country. Really I don't think they care about anything but making money. Don't get me wrong I like money and I think if you are running a business making money should be high on a priority list. I do believe that a goal for businesses should be to make a profit. But, what you do with the profit is crucial to your morals, values and what you stand for. Until Walmart makes a stand for something, I am making a stand to try to stay out of their stores.
Does anyone remember the song from Aaron Tippin You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything?