Former K-mart employees are exploring the possibility of a class action suit against the retail giant. They are alleging the company used a "personnel assessment process" to terminate some long term, full time workers in order to hire part-time employees. Part-time employees are paid less and not given the same benefits as full-time employees. At most K-Mart outlets, this process resulted in the termination of three to six employees. At one outlet, five employees who had been with the company for 20 years were cut from the payroll, and four of the five had heavily used insurance benefits

Anyone affected by the K-Mart cuts can log onto a message board for ex-workers to post their information: [MESSAGE BOARD]

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