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A fuming Walmart employee quit her job in a blistering rant over the store's loudspeaker, claiming she was 'overworked and underpaid' and accusing bosses of 'gaslighting'. You can listen to what she had to say below:
Beth McGrath shared footage of her dramatic resignation on Facebook this Tuesday (14 September) with the caption 'on to better things' and it has since gone viral.
McGrath says in the video that she has worked in the Walmart electronics department electronics department for five years, with WBRZ reporting that she worked at a branch in Carencro, Louisiana.
In the video, she says over the loudspeaker: "Attention Walmart shoppers and associates, by name is Beth from electronics and I've been working at Walmart for almost five years and I can say that everyone here is overworked and underpaid.
"We are treated by management and customers poorly every day and whenever we have a problem with it we're told we're replaceable.
"I'm tired of the constant gaslighting. This company treats their elderly associates like s***."
Beth rounds of the tirade by saying: "F*** management and f*** this job, I quit."
People have rushed to support Beth in the comments, with one writing: "That was f***ing awesome hope u felt better after getting that off the chest and clocking out for the last time."
Another wrote: "HELL YEA GIRL YOU TELL EM!!!! Life's too short to work with a**holes."
A third said: "My f'n hero. Hit me up if you ever need a job in NC, but for now, enjoy that freedom!"
Posting a follow-up video on Wednesday (15 September), Beth said: "Hey guys, I just wanted to come and say I am so grateful for all of the support I've received in the last 24 hours.
"I never intended for the video to blow up in the way it did.
"It's been an emotional rollercoaster for me and I'm just at a loss for words.
"I didn't record the video for clout, I recorded the video for my fellow co-workers to let them know that I do love them and I do want what's best for them.
"I wanted to be their voice, I wanted to be my voice. I am overwhelmed by everyone's support.
"If I had any advice from this it would be to say, 'do not be afraid to speak your piece, even if it tears you down first'."
LADbible has contacted Walmart for a comment.
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