Yes, I know if a woman who works at Wal-Mart and claims to be treated badly by the new management. She's also overweight, slow, and complains about the slightest discomforts and inconveniences of life. Unless Wal-Mart or any other corporation signs an explicit contract with employees guaranteeing them a set amount of raises and benefits, they're not obligated to pay their workers any more than one penny above what it takes to keep their workers from walking off the job and working somewhere else. If the CEO wants to handout millions of dollars to himself and the employees don't like it, they can leave. They're not entitled to that job and they're not entitled to a raise. However, if enough good employees start walking off and working some place else, that CEO will get the idea that if he wants skilled workers, he'd better be more generous with those profits.
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