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End the Corruption and the Cover-up
  • Petitioning Walmart

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End the Corruption and the Cover-up

    1. Venanzi Luna
    2. Petition by

      Venanzi Luna

      South Gate, CA

My name is Venanzi Luna and I’ve been working at Walmart for eight years.  On the heels of the alleged bribery scandal involving top Walmart executives accused of buying off Mexican public officials and then covering it up, I launched a petition calling on the company to investigate what happened and for CEO Mike Duke to resign in the wake of poor management and oversight.

A year later, Walmart has done nothing to address these problems.  In fact, things have gotten worse.  

Store associates like me and warehouse workers have faced illegal threats for speaking out about problems at the stores and warehouses.  Workers in Bangladesh tragically lost their lives at a factory that supplies clothing to Walmart stores.  All the while Walmart has still not gotten to the bottom of the bribery scandal which violated both U.S. and international laws.

The time has come for a change of leadership at Walmart.  The current leadership and management is failing its workers, customers, investors and the vision of Walmart’s founder.

That is why I am renewing my call for CEO Mike Duke to resign and a change at the top of company management immediately.  The reckless leadership of this company jeopardizes the lives and livelihood of its employees and countless others.  And as someone who wants this company to do well and to do better by its employees and customers the time to act is now.

Please stand with me in calling for the resignation of Walmart CEO Mike Duke and change of course at Walmart.

UFCW and OUR Walmart have the purpose of helping Wal-Mart employees as individuals or groups in their dealings with Wal-Mart over labor rights and standards and their efforts to have Wal-Mart publically commit to adhering to labor rights and standards. UFCW and OUR Walmart have no intent to have Walmart recognize or bargain with UFCW or OUR Walmart as the representative of Walmart employees.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 20,000 signatures
    2. we have done a very well job with our petition

      Venanzi Luna
      Petition Organizer

      Thank You all of you'r supportnon the petition

    3. Reached 17,500 signatures
    4. We need to show Walmart that we can reach a goal of 25,000. Let re-post

      Venanzi Luna
      Petition Organizer

      We need to re-post to show Walmart we are not stoping yet. Help me reach a new goal of 25,000. Thank you for all your support and you'r re-post.

    5. We are doing very well, Lets keep up all the hard work. Thank You

      Venanzi Luna
      Petition Organizer

      The more we have people sign the petition the sronger we are. We all can do this people lets show what we want." What do we want" "Respect" when do we wanted "Know"

    6. Reached 15,000 signatures
    7. Thank to everyone who sign the petition "We did it"

      Venanzi Luna
      Petition Organizer

      We reach our goal. Here we come !!!!

    8. Reached 12,500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • william cole MERRIAM WOODS, MO
      • 4 days ago

      we no longer have a political vote or voice. so we need to all vote with the only thing they understand. our DOLLARS ! there is nothing sold at walmart that justifies the crappy treatment to it's employee's and their customers

    • Arlene Easthope AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
      • about 1 month ago

      This is a basic human rights issue, not just a labour issue. Employees should have the right to be paid fairly for the work they do, to be treated with respect and for basic health and pension benefits. I would never shop at a Walmart store after seeing the documentary "Walmart: the high cost of low prices"

    • Leslie Powers MOUNT HOPE, WV
      • about 1 month ago


    • Valerie Casavant WEST FARGO, ND
      • about 1 month ago

      Why is it that CEO'S that make enormous amounts of money don't seem to feel any obligation to their employees. If you don't have capable employees you have no company.

      • 2 months ago



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