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The Labor Board’s spokeswoman Jessica Kahanek said Thursday that “this case is still under investigation.”
One news organization, Channel 8 in Brandon, Florida, looked into the claimed plumbing repairs and found it was a fictional cover story. "...8 On Your Side has found no paperwork and no work done on the plumbing," reports WFLA.com. "According to Hillsborough County, Walmart didn't notify the county's permit department either. No one there has heard a peep from Walmart about any major repairs." The news outlet goes on to report: On Tuesday, 8 On Your Side stopped by the Walmart, and found no plumber in sight at the Brandon Supercenter, just hundreds of confused and concerned customers.
The five stores popped out of a national analysis of the most severe issues that caused customers to have bad experiences at Wal-Mart, Lopez said. Each store had recurring issues of more than 100 incidents over two years that caused major disruptions such as the closing of the deli and overflows in bathrooms.
At-will employment is generally described as follows: "any hiring is presumed to be 'at will'; that is, the employer is free to discharge individuals 'for good cause, or bad cause, or no cause at all,' and the employee is equally free to quit, strike, or otherwise cease work." In an October 2000 decision largely reaffirming employers' rights under the at-will doctrine, the Supreme Court of California explained: