MONTOURSVILLE, Pa. — An hourly worker at Wal-Mart Stores here has launched an employee group in opposition to groups that he said distort how the majority of Wal-Mart associates feel. “It is my intent to make sure that America and the rest of the world can see that 86% of Walmart associates do love their job and are treated with respect and are offered amazing career opportunities,” Brandon Evano said in a written statement describing Associates Who Love Walmart. The ...
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