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Employee uses megaphone to resign and go viral;  research

Employee uses megaphone to resign and go viral; research

An employee at a Walmart unit in Louisiana used an unusual method to resign. She used the organization’s megaphone to complain about her salary and announce she was leaving the job.

According to Fox News, the employee is named Beth McGrath and lives in the town of Lafayette. The resignation scene was recorded by the woman and posted on her profile on Facebook social networking site, on September 14, with more than 345 thousand views.

“I’ve been working at Walmart for nearly five years and I can tell everyone here is overworked and underpaid. Service policy is optimistic. We are treated poorly by management and customers every day. Whenever we have a problem with it, we’re told that it’s We can be exchanged,” she stated, so everyone in the store could hear.

“This company treats its elderly colleagues like shit,” the woman continued. She even describes a manager as a “pervert,” and may even report instances of harassment in the store.

After the controversy, Beth posted another video on her social network advising people who are going through the same precarious career situation.

“Don’t be afraid to talk about what’s bothering you, even if it ends up in you,” he said.

In the latest version, the woman says that she received many job offers, but still tries to distinguish between real offers in order to make a decision and determine her future.

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