WAL*MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE -- SCREENCAP GALLERY
[Josh Noble, Wal-Mart Employee] Josh Calls Alicia: We have to do this for the reasons we started it.
[Stan Fortune, Wal-Mart District Loss Prevention Manager - 17 years] What they basically do is they walk in and tell the store manager "You're no longer in charge of the store, every decision goes through us."
[Weldon Nicholson, Wal-Mart Store Manager Trainer - 17 years] They taught me how to profile people. Of course, I didn't know that was the term then. And it was identifying people that were the strongest representers of the petition to organize, or at least get a vote.
[Josh Noble, Wal-Mart Employee] Anita we need to contact still. There's a possibility there.
[Weldon Nicholson, Wal-Mart Store Manager Trainer - 17 years] You walk up to a couple of associates and they're both talking, and they walk away from each other -- they gotta go. They're conspiring to do something.
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