'F*** This Job': Video of Walmart Worker's Resignation Viewed Over 230,000 Times

Video footage of a Walmart employee appearing to let rip at her bosses before quitting has gone viral on social media.

Beth McGrath, from Lafayette, Louisiana, posted a video to Facebook of herself declaring: "f*** management and f*** this job" in an apparent farewell speech that has struck a chord with many online.

At the time of writing, the clip has been viewed more than 230,000 times. In the video, McGrath can be seen composing herself before making the announcement.

"Attention Walmart shoppers and associates, my name is Beth from electronics," she says into a telephone receiver linked up to the store's PA system.

She claims to have been working there for five years before describing herself and her colleagues as "overworked and underpaid."

McGrath proceeds to detail the many issues she faces in her day-to-day role.

"We're treated from management and customers poorly every day," she says. "Whenever we have a problem with it, we're told that we're replaceable."

The disgruntled employee hits out at the "constant gaslighting" she claims to have experienced on the job before branding one manager "a pervert" and hitting out at others for their treatment of her and her co-workers.

"I hope you don't speak to your families the way you speak to us," she says. The speech represents the stuff of dreams to many disgruntled workers and concludes in memorable style with her signing off by declaring: "f*** management and f*** this job.' I quit."

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The video drew overwhelming support online with people flocking to the comments to praise her actions and echo many of her sentiments.

"Good for you!" Rosita Mogindol wrote. "That took guts," Jackie Seaman commented. "Kudos to you young lady," Debra Smith added. "Everything you said is true."

Nancy Mort summed up the sentiment of many best by writing: "Good for you girl...it's like that pretty much everywhere. Everyone's fed up with being treated like dirt and not appreciated."

McGrath has since returned to Facebook to film a follow-up clip offering advice to anyone facing difficulties in the workplace.

"Do not be afraid to speak your peace, even if it tears you down first," she says.

Newsweek has contacted McGrath and Walmart for comment.

The incident echoes a similar story from back in June when a woman claiming to work at Burlington filmed herself quitting her job over the PA system.

Prior to that, Walmart was at the center of another controversial video of an ex-firefighter who was filmed directing racist insults at staff.

A Walmart store in Florida.
A Walmart store in Hallandale Beach, Florida - a woman from Louisiana has been filmed quitting her job with the retailer in an expletive-laden announcement over the PA system Joe Raedle/Getty