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(Photo by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Wal-mart clinic worker who was working for the chain said the store was “really rude” to her and her family and had a policy against discussing politics with workers.
The worker, who asked not to be identified, said the chain gave her two weeks notice of her suspension, but the company refused to take action.
“We were told that the suspension was because the company was in the process of hiring an independent review team and that was in place by the end of January,” the worker told Fox News.
“They were very rude and told us we were not welcome there anymore and that we should just keep our mouths shut.
We didn’t know what else to do.
We were not allowed to talk about politics. “
It was like this was the end for us.
We were not allowed to talk about politics.
We weren’t allowed to express ourselves about our opinions.
They were basically telling us to shut up.”
The worker said she was given three weeks notice, but her suspension is still up.
“I felt like they were trying to punish us for saying something that we don’t agree with,” the Wal-marts employee said.
“My daughter was so upset and upset because she said she had to talk to her parents.”
The Wal-Marts worker said the employee was one of two female workers that were allowed to speak to her about her suspension.
“This was the first time I’ve ever heard of anything like this happening in my career, and I was really shocked,” the woman said.
The Wal Mart spokeswoman said that the company has suspended all employees in the store’s retail stores, including retail associates and managers.
“Our team is taking swift action to resolve this matter,” the spokeswoman said.
A Wal- Mart spokesperson said in a statement that it “is committed to providing an environment free of harassment and discrimination for all employees.
Our employees are being held accountable for their actions.”
“As we continue to review our policies, we have made changes to our hiring practices and procedures,” the spokesperson said.
Wal- Stores has had trouble hiring and retaining qualified female workers.
In January, Walmarts posted a $1.3 billion loss for the third straight year, according to Bloomberg.
“There is no way in hell” for the company to hire enough women, a former senior executive told Bloomberg.
And a survey of Wal-Mobile workers by the company found that the majority of workers were men.
The retailer said it would make changes to the way it hires and trains its employees.
The company said it has taken measures to help women become more knowledgeable about their roles and work environments.
The chain said it was not aware of any recent discrimination or harassment complaints.
“As an organization, we believe in equality, diversity and inclusion and will continue to be a leader in that mission, regardless of gender,” a spokesperson said on Friday.
“The majority of our associates are female, and many of them have excelled at their jobs over the past three years.
This is an ongoing process that requires all of us to continually learn from our mistakes and improve our processes.”