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If you were to leave Walmart, what would be the reason?

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I would leave due to the massive hour cut.

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Favoritism.

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Because managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked.

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Because managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers.

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Because managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked.

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Managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked.

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Managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked. Circumstances that would prompt me to leave.

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Managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked. They care about production, not people. This would be my reason(s) to leave.

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Management choosing to ignore a reported fraternization case that was negatively affecting the morale and production of other associates.

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Managers knew of associates who did not work hard, were not productive, unreliable, misused company time, or had excessive late arrivals or absences. Nevertheless, the managers failed to take the proper steps to warn, coach, or terminate these poor performers. Sadly, the burden of these issues caused outstanding and trustworthy associates to be overworked.

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