Originally Posted by SuperT
I work heavily in non-profit and that's a little ridiculous. Being President of a companies charitable foundation and being the actual president and CEO of the company are two completely different things. She probably has little if anything to do with actual wages Wal-Mart workers are getting.
At most, the CEO, board or whatever just allocates money to her and she just decides what non-profits and charities get it. Nothing wrong with that in the least.
Oh, I know. I'm just anti-Walmart. Even though I shop there and at times have tried to get re-hired, I generally don't think well of them. There's just not a Target or Best Buy in town to shop at.