no longer a walmart employee
yippee i'm retired finally. I have waiting so long for this day. left 8 days early. lets just say I had enough of the bs and when I said that it, I've had it. and walked out the door mid shift. and went home. went back the next and and quit. it hasn't hit me yet not til tomorrow when I don't have to leave for work.
Posted by: susieq on 07/11/19
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Good for you! I am happy for you. Just think-you won't have to work all the holidays and put up with Christmas shoppers. Now get something out that you have been dying to cross stitch. Doctor's orders. Pam
by: pamelastine11 on 07/11/19
Yippee!!!!!! Your stitching stash awaits you.
by: deirdre on 07/11/19
Oh susie that made me actually laugh. What style! What elan! I’m going to keep that picture in my head all day. Thank you.
by: Marydenmark on 07/11/19
My heroine! 😊
by: VCESS on 07/12/19
Good for you. Enjoy retirement 🤩🤩🤩
by: surt8511 on 07/12/19
Whoo-hoo! Congratulations!
by: denise.debolt on 07/12/19
Woot! Now you can enjoy some "you" time!
by: adcoresky on 07/12/19
Woot! Congratulations on your retirement.🥂 I’ve been “retired” for 7 years now. (They told me I wasn’t old enough to retire, so technically I quit) It will take a while for it to sink in, make a plan to do all the things you haven’t had time to do, relax, and enjoy!
by: Jaj on 07/12/19
May you have a long enjoyable retirement stitching to your hearts content and other activities. My late wife worked for Walmart for 21 years, she too got tired of the bs and 90 day wonders for manegment that knew NOTHING NOR WANTED HER ADVICE IN A LIFE LONG CAREER IN RETAIL. She got up at her regular time on her first day of retirement--just so she could do a happy dance!!!!!!! and turn the alarm off go back to bed!!!!!!
by: dave001 on 07/12/19
I worked at Wal-Mart for a few years part-time. I enjoyed working there. My problem was the associates in the surrounding departments around me. If a customer asked a question of their department, they would disappear. So, of course, the customer would look for the nearest associate, which was usually me. So I learned not only my department, but theirs also. I still find that is true as a customer now. Why can't they learn their departments and be helpful. I really get tired of looking for help.
by: djhmom55 on 07/12/19