Walmart Please Let Your employees have Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve Off From Work

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Walmart  Thanksgiving and Christmas are some of America’s most cherished family holidays -- a day to spend with friends, family, and loved ones.

But, in pursuit of the almighty dollar, some retailers open their stores on Thanksgiving and Christmas, forcing many of their employees to work. We know that companies can support their bottom line without sacrificing their employees’ well being. Many chain stores do well and are NOT open on Thanksgiving and Christmas. For Example Sam's Club owned and operated by Walmart was closed on Black Friday, 2017, and 2018

as a Loyal Walmart associate of 4   years I  believe retail workers at big box stores deserve a day to spend with family.

Please urge Walmart, to put people over profits and refuse to open their doors on Thanksgiving the 24th of November and Christmas Eve. and instead let employees have some time away from the frantic shopping season to spend with their children, Family, Friends, partners and loved ones.

I personally believe that employees who who are less stressed at work due to the holidays in turn have better customer service and then that should make happier customers and repeat customers. Sam Walton Said "The Customer Comes First'

As someone who cares about family and community, I urge you to give your employees the day off on Thanksgiving and Christmas 

Walmart made in fiscal year  2018 revenue of 500.3 Billion plus  $11.5 billion Walmart U.S. eCommerce Sales + $28.3 billion Operating Cash Flow

So I think Walmart Can afford  to let their associates spend some time with their family, friends, and loved ones during the holidays

Walmart made in fiscal year 2017 revenue of $485.9 billion,

Walmart made in fiscal year 2016  revenue of $482.1 billion


Sam Walton would have said

"There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else"


Thank you,

Adam Farris

 Closed for the Holidays