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Starting Tuesday, September 5th, customers will now be required to unload the semi-trucks at Walmart.

This will be in addition to your self-checkout duties and cleaning the toilet after you use it.



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11 hours ago, Cypress Sun said:


Looks like a scrap yard to me, not a WalMart...but I get the point.;)

Walmart DC's are notorious for wasting driver's time for no reason and requiring the use of 'lumpers' (paid for by the cartage company or driver) to hand unload some shipments.  Oh, and the driver isn't allowed to touch the freight much less unload it themselves.

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send the trucks to LA or san fran they will be happy to unload them there - might have to smash the windows out of the tractor - even if the trailer is open just to keep up the right image tho , 

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I haven't been to a regular, all purpose Walmart in years, but I do go to the local Walmart Neighborhood Grocery.  Usually not crowded, decent prices, clean, and the aisles aren't crowded with stockers early in the morning.

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