When Wal-Mart is closing, we need to ask the companies we work for if we can get some help from Walmart.
We don’t know what will happen to us in a few weeks, but we can do something about it.
So we want to ask Walmart’s employees what we can help them with.
We are not asking Walmart to hire people, but to help them get out of the situation we find ourselves in.
Walmart employees at the company’s U.S. stores were notified on Wednesday that the company would close for good on July 21.
This is the fourth time in the past three years that the chain has closed for good.
This was a difficult time for many workers, including myself, who are working in our stores and have families.
Many of us have children at home.
We’ve also had to go out to buy groceries.
We need to know if there are any ways we can donate to help our Walmart employees who have been impacted.
We know that many Walmart employees have asked for help, so we are going to do that as well.
We have many people who are struggling and we want them to know we care.
We want to help, even if it’s just to get a few groceries.
If you are in an area where Walmart is closing and would like to volunteer to help a fellow Walmart employee, please email us at [email protected] or call us at (800) 638-3121.
WalMart is an American multinational corporation with more than 700,000 employees in nearly 60 countries.
The company employs nearly 8.3 million people around the world, and is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Wal-Mart has a diverse workforce, including full-time and part-time employees, and associates and managers, and Walmart associates in the United States.
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