QuikTrip, a convenience-store chain with 700 locations, pays cashiers $40,000/year–twice the average–and managers earn $70,000. Employees also receive excellent benefits including healthcare, vision, dental, 401(k) retirement plans, paid vacation, bonuses, and stock options.
Treating their workforce well has paid off: employee turnover rates are 10% (compared to nearly 60% for the industry), and QuikTrip stores generate 50% more sales than competitors. Share if you think Walmart and McDonald’s should follow QuikTrip. Like our page US Uncut
"Do we need to cut Donald Trump some slack?
The man, yes, may be as narcissistic as they come. And he certainly appears to be a serial sexual predator. Mix in racism and xenophobia and you have a distinctly unsavory character.
But did Donald Trump actually choose this character? Or does Trump’s repulsive behavior reflect his environment, that cocoon of grand fortune and privilege that has enveloped him every day of his life? In other words, could wealth have warped Donald Trump?" -Sam Pizzigati