Thursday, November 21, 2013

McDonald's Tells Employees To Consider Returning Holiday Gifts To Get Out Of Debt


A help site for McDonald's employees reportedly suggests they return holiday gifts to get out of debt.

"You may want to also consider returning some of your unopened purchases that may not seem as appealing as they did," the McResource site reads, according to screengrabs that were posted on the website of "Low Pay Is Not OK," a group that advocates for higher fast food wages. 

"Selling some of your unwanted possessions on eBay or Craigslist could bring in some quick cash," the McResource presentation reportedly said.

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Wal-Mart Asks its Low-Wage Workers to Donate Food to its Low-Wage Workers

The richest corporation in the world can't afford to give a Thanksgiving Dinner to their needy employees

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The storage containers are attractively displayed at the Wal-Mart on Atlantic Boulevard in Canton.

The bins are lined up in alternating colors of purple and orange. Some sit on tables covered with golden yellow tablecloths. Others peer out from under the tables.

This isn’t a merchandise display. It’s a food drive – not for the community, but for needy workers.

“Please Donate Food Items Here, so Associates in Need Can Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner,” read signs affixed to the tablecloths.


The grinches of the holidays:  Walmart and McDonald's: 


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