The least they could do is improve the healthcare coverage, then:
ST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, QUE. — Managers at a local
Wal-Mart forced employees to search the store after it received a bomb
threat, Radio-Canada reported Monday.
Some 40 nervous employees searched the store for an hour last
Thursday, said Mailie Fournier, a former employee of the store. They
were accompanied by six police officers.
Several employees, whose jobs don't include security, found the experience traumatic, said Mr. Fournier.
The incident prompted Quebec workplace health and safety board to investigate.
Wal-Mart said it simply wanted to help police conduct the search.