A new article in Business Insider reports that a Cleveland Wal-Mart is holding a food drive, not for a homeless shelter or a needy charity, but its own underpaid employees. Nice.
“That Wal-Mart would have the audacity to ask low-wage workers to donate food to other low-wage workers — to me, it is a moral outrage,” Norma Mills, a customer at the store, told the Plain Dealer.
Wal-Mart has been criticized for paying low wages to its 2.2 million employees.
Wal-Mart Asks Workers To Donate Food To Its Needy Employees [Business Insider]