To be fair, Wal-Mart doesn’t sell junk products. They sell the same brand products you find in any other store. But, Wal-Mart is able to reduce cost in two ways. First, Wal-Mart has substantially reduced their labor cost by paying low wages and not providing benefits to most employees. Second, Wal-Mart buys products in such large quantities it gets huge price breaks on the products it buys.
However, I have a problem with Wal-Mart’s stand on the issue at hand. They let an employee stand directly in front of the doors as he unlocked the doors. In my opinion, they should have had someone working crowd control before the doors were unlocked.
And, David Tovar comments that there are no "OSHA standards to address this issue are way off base. He obviously has not read “Clause 5” in the OSHA regs. Clause 5 allows a safety inspector to declare an act unsafe even if it’s not specifically list in the OSHA regs.
The older we get, the more excuses we make for not chasing after our dreams. But truth is, goals are attainable at any age.