When Walmart official’s ‘tough love’ approach fails, ‘we need to be more forceful’

Walmart officials have come under fire in recent weeks for their treatment of employees.

Now they are responding to a lawsuit from an employee who said she was fired after filing a complaint with the company.

The complaint claims that Walmart fired her for speaking out against Walmart’s aggressive sales tactics.

The woman, who spoke to CBS News on condition of anonymity because she feared retaliation, told ABC News she felt her boss treated her poorly.

She said she didn’t want to hurt Walmart’s image or the company’s reputation, and didn’t think she would get the benefits that she wanted.

The lawsuit alleges that when she spoke up about the aggressive sales practices at Walmart, the company retaliated by firing her and forcing her to relocate.

Walmart said in a statement that it “respects the rights of all employees to speak out in good faith, including those who have chosen to do so through public or private complaint.”

“We believe our compliance program is robust and fully implemented,” Walmart said.

The company also said that “our employees, who have a right to freedom of association and freedom of expression, must be treated with the utmost respect.

We support employees in exercising their right to protest when they feel that Walmart has not acted in good conscience.”

In an interview with ABC News, Walmart’s chief financial officer, Steve Sainsbury, said that the company has “a robust compliance program” in place to protect employees and customers.

“We’re not going to let that type of abuse of a system occur again,” he said.

“If someone has a complaint that they believe is substantiated, we’ll take action on that complaint.

We’ve got a robust compliance policy and a robust complaint process, and we’re very confident that we will prevail in our lawsuit.”

Walmart has faced criticism for the aggressive tactics it has used to recruit and retain employees and for its use of the language of loyalty.

Walmart’s sales team has been accused of targeting women and minorities.

In a statement, Sainsworth said, “We have a robust and thorough compliance program and we believe our employees are entitled to a fair and equal treatment at Walmart.”

The company said it is investigating the allegations.

Walmart has been under fire from workers for months over its aggressive tactics and recruitment strategies.

The complaints have sparked a national discussion about how Walmart treats its employees.

It is one of the largest retailers in the country.

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon has been on a crusade to convince workers that the tactics are good for the company, but the company continues to struggle with worker dissatisfaction and low sales.

Walmart recently announced a deal with Amazon to make its online sales cheaper, which is expected to boost sales.

The deal is also expected to reduce the number of employees who must live in a Walmart store.