A disgruntled Walmart employee recently walked off his job in the most satisfying way imaginable: By telling off the entire company and his managers over the store’s intercom system.
The Edmonton Star reports that teen Walmart employee Jackson Racicot last week walked into his job, handed his manager his resignation letter, and then commandeered the store’s intercom to deliver a parting shot at his former employers.
“Attention all shoppers, associates and management,” Raciot began. “I would like to say, to all of you today, that nobody should work here — ever.”
He then went on to unload a list of grievances against the company.
“Our managers will make promises and never keep them,” he said. “And not only that, they will preach to us about how they only care about their employees, but about a month ago, my boss… called me a ‘waste of time’ and management did nothing to help.”
He then accused management of trying to save money by shafting employees via knocking down full-time workers to part-time status — even if they actually work more than 40 hours a week.
“I’ve been a loyal employee here for a year-and-a-half, and I’m sick of all the bullsh*t, bogus writeups and my job,” he said. “F*ck management, f*ck this job and f*ck Walmart!”
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