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Woman calls out racist, perverted co-workers in a public announcement at Walmart and quits her job with a mic drop

Woman calls out racist, perverted co-workers in a public announcement at Walmart and quits her job with a mic drop

Shana Ragland stood up and called out every person one by one, who contributed to making the workspace toxic.

One Walmart employee from Texas treated shoppers to an unusual store announcement before quitting her job.

Shana Ragland who worked at the Walmart store in Lubbock, Texas, poured out her grievances about her awful time at the superstore. She lashed out at the management and her co-workers for being racists and sexists. The frustrated employee individually named each one of them and the departments they worked in.

"Attention all Walmart shoppers, associates, and managers. My name is Shana from Cap 2, and I just want to come on here and say Henry is a racist, stinky prick. Giovanna is racist. Elias is a prick of a manager," she began. "This company fires Black associates for no reason. This company treats their employees like s**t, especially Cap 2," said the woman in the video posted online.

"And Jimmy from Sporting Goods, Joseph the cashier, Larry from the Garden Center: You are all perverts, and I hope you don’t talk to your daughters the way you talk to me," she continued.



 

After calling out her co-workers for their unprofessional behaior, Ragland took the time to positively speak about one co-worker named Ariel. She thanked her for getting her the job when she needed it the most. "Shout out to Ariel. I f***ing love you for getting me this job a year ago when I needed it most. F**k the managers, f**k this company, f**k this position, and f**k that big, lazy b***h, Chris Price. I f**king quit, I'm out. F**k this place," she said, before slamming down the PA handset.



 

After quitting her job in a dramatic fashion, the former stockroom worker took to social media. She posted the video of her final speech at her workplace on Twitter and revealed her toxic work environment was making her miserable. She tweeted, "Finally quit my toxic job that was making me absolutely miserable for a year and seven months. F**k Walmart."

She also posted the video on Tik Tok. According to the Daily Mail, the video garnered over 1.1 million likes within 48 hours of being online. Many commented on her spectacular exit, however, not everyone was pleased by it. While some appreciated her for criticizing the toxic environment and shared their own experiences, others called her action "unprofessional."



 

"This is a true story! I've watched you all allow men to treat females in a disgusting fashion! Please look into her story and all your stores! Management always looks the other way! Always, and it is gross," said Leslie Black on Twitter. "I've worked at 2 Walmart (not hers). I've had friends who have worked at others. Myself and friends felt the awfulness of management allowing it. Maybe some Walmarts are different, but if [the] GM aren't backing you, and nationwide people claim issues then I believe there is an issue," she added.



 

Others were concerned if her viral exit video would hinder her chances to find another job. "Had you considered that since this went viral; the employer for the career you want might see this & remember how you exited the previous position? While it may have felt good in the moment; it was actually quite unprofessional of you making you no better than those you spoke of," wrote one.

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