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Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is a 2005 documentary by director Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films . The film shows a negative image of Walmart business practices through interviews with former employees, small businesses and footage from Walmart executives.Greenwald also used between interview footage interspersed statistics, an objective analysis of the impact to offer Walmart on individuals and communities have.


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The film shows archive footage of Walmart CEO Lee Scott praise convention society at a large staff, intercut with interviews designed to undercut Scott's statements.

The documentary argues that Wal-Mart underpays them to pay its workers an average of $ 17,000 per year (2005 dollars).  After the interviews, these wages are for employees Walmart can afford health insurance low, so workers apply management advice for government programs such as Medicaid instead. Greenwald also claims that Walmart worker hires undocumented for their cleanup crews, they pay well below minimum wage.

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Other criticisms of retail mega-chain include Walmart anti-union practices, its negative effects on the mother and pop shops and small communities, inadequate environmental policy and its poor record on workers' rights in the United States and internationally.

Scenes abroad to create document factory workers in Bangladesh and China Walmart merchandise for less than 18 cents per hour turned.  A nine-year veteran of Walmart testified that he was moved to tears when he looks at the conditions in clothing factories in Latin America.

He reported the abuses, but the company has corrected they do not. The documentation also argued that Walmart parking have unusually high crime rates, a situation that could be improved if was ready vastly the company to spend the money to place the camera outside the shops.

to avoid the accusation of partisan POV, most of Greenwald's interviews politically conservative, patriotic, "red state" citizens who are concerned about Walmart policies and their impact.

When the film comes to an end, Greenwald documents the efforts of several communities that Walmart in their cities by opening successfully blocked, suggesting that others should do the same.

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