WAL*MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE -- SCREENCAP GALLERY
[Sue Midolo, Wal-Mart Training Coordinator - 5 years] I cleaned the bathroom every single day. Ken would come to me and he'd say to me, "Oh, it's your turn again." And I'd look at him and say, "It was my turn yesterday." And he'd laugh, and we'd joke about it, and we'd go back and forth, and I'd say, "I know, I'm the only female that's working out here, so hence I have to clean the bathroom."
[Vivian Calimee, Wal-Mart Regional Marketing Director - 15 years] Nobody said, well why a woman been in this ___, all of these years, you look at the evaluation, every general manager stated, "She should be a GM within a year, within six months." Every evaluation. What's wrong with this picture?
[Jon Lehman, Wal-Mart Store Manager - 19 years] The company hides the fact that these practices are very systemic. They are systemic meaning they come out of the home office.
[Brigitte Bramley, Wal-Mart Support Manager - 6 years] Bottom line, if you were a female you just weren't worth it. You weren't worth the time, you weren't worth the money, you weren't worth the effort, nothing.
[Vivian Calimee, Wal-Mart Regional Marketing Director - 15 years] A blind man, my grandmother was blind, she could see better than what you guys are seeing because you put the blinders on. You didn't want to see.
[Edith Arana, Wal-Mart Inventory Specialist - 6 years] When I called, I called to file a petition, or to file a claim against them just to say that they discriminated against me because I was a woman.
[Betty Johnson, Wal-Mart Employee] I'm Betty. I'm a Wal-Mart associate, and I LOVE working at Wal-Mart. I love it they pay me less than men because that means I can't afford to eat as much and I get to keep my figure.
[Betty Johnson, Wal-Mart Employee] Jim got promoted to management over me, but that's okay because he's a cutie!