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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    There is no doubt about the value of a union. But a union in a store like Target or Walmart is unlikely. The low cost good pricing is not possible with a union. That Walmart and Target are profitable means nothing. All that counts is labor costs. YRC is giving hefty discounts to keep market share but they're losing money doing it.

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Why shop there???
    I live in Kingston,NY the choices are for big box stores are walmart or target me and my wife prefer target. target is a nice store well let, clean, and the workers are always willing to help. + they get you in and out, walmart up in the northeast is awful they don't know how to run the stores. Walmart has an out of stock problem there is never any workers around and it takes all day to get out almost like your waiting @ the airport for a security clearance. When I lived in FL they ran the stores much better.

    I think the only union market left is shop rite, I enjoy that store and enjoy going there

    I get all food at shop rite and everything else @ target
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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by bean View Post
    There is no doubt about the value of a union. But a union in a store like Target or Walmart is unlikely. The low cost good pricing is not possible with a union. That Walmart and Target are profitable means nothing. All that counts is labor costs. YRC is giving hefty discounts to keep market share but they're losing money doing it.
    Wrong. The fact that Walmart and Target are profitable does mean something. It means they can afford to pay higher wages and bennies and
    have union employees...and still control costs for consumers.

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by bean View Post
    There is no doubt about the value of a union. But a union in a store like Target or Walmart is unlikely. The low cost good pricing is not possible with a union. That Walmart and Target are profitable means nothing. All that counts is labor costs. YRC is giving hefty discounts to keep market share but they're losing money doing it.
    Where is your head at? If they were to correct the lop sided structure of compensation from the top on down, they could achieve both.

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by bean View Post
    There is no doubt about the value of a union. But a union in a store like Target or Walmart is unlikely. The low cost good pricing is not possible with a union. That Walmart and Target are profitable means nothing. All that counts is labor costs. YRC is giving hefty discounts to keep market share but they're losing money doing it.
    Not sure about Target but it seems to me that the principal owners of Walmart "the Waltons" are among the richest people in the world..Even if they were to pay there people a little more with some benifits they would still be up there in the top of the top 1 % er's ..Why is it you always stick up for the big Corporations Oh buy the way did you know that walmart is going to eliminate all their greeters Hope you don't lose your part time job...



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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Not sure about Target but it seems to me that the principal owners of Walmart "the Waltons" are among the richest people in the world..Even if they were to pay there people a little more with some benifits they would still be up there in the top of the top 1 % er's ..Why is it you always stick up for the big Corporations Oh buy the way did you know that walmart is going to eliminate all their greeters Hope you don't lose your part time job...


    F walmart I hate them! the way they treat there people. remember along time ago they would lock the doors and have there people work with out paying them. BOYCOTT WALLY WORLD!

    Suits Say Wal-Mart Forces Workers to Toil Off the Clock

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by sgilbert10482 View Post
    F walmart I hate them! the way they treat there people. remember along time ago they would lock the doors and have there people work with out paying them. BOYCOTT WALLY WORLD!

    Suits Say Wal-Mart Forces Workers to Toil Off the Clock
    Yeah but Target and K-Mart are just as bad or any of the box stores with the exception of some of the Costco's which are union..

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    Quote Originally Posted by bean View Post
    All that counts is labor costs. YRC is giving hefty discounts to keep market share but they're losing money doing it.
    The labor cost argument doesn't hold water anymore.
    YRC has even admitted that they are even with the rest of the industry now, and they still can't clear a penny

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    Default Re: Valley Stream Target Store Closing Kills Union's Great Big Box Hope

    the execs take all the money not the labor. these top dogs are way over paid

 

 
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