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Walmart Takes It On The Chin In Social Media Comments

April 6, 2011: 01:19 AM EST
The group of disgruntled Walmart employees whose sex bias lawsuit has reached the U.S. Supreme Court aren’t the only ones with complaints against the retailing giant. Unhappy Walmart customers and employees have registered 9,985 negative opinions about the company within the last three months on Twitter and Facebook, according to Amplicate, an online opinion collating resource. Negative comments on Walmart range from poor working conditions and low salaries to low quality products and poor customer service, Amplicate says. Positive opinions account for 34 percent of the ratings, well below the 47 percent average for all U.S. department stores. Amplicate says Walmart has held the bottom position in the Top 20 U.S. Department Stores for the last six months, while Costco holds down the number one spot.
"Walmart is the least loved department store on Social Media", Amplicate, April 06, 2011, © Amplicate
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