Wal-Mart to boost employee morale by playing less Céline Dion

Walmart is on a mission to motivate its 1.3 million employees, and some of its plans were announced at a recent meeting of over 3,000 store employees dubbed Walmartpalooza.

It is raising minimum wages and will put an end to the 'constant loop of Celine Dion and Justin Bieber music blasted into stores from headquarters', replacing it with Radio Walmart. Bosses also promised new cash incentives and a looser dress code.

"There is nothing I like better than hearing about your jobs, your ideas, your hopes and dreams, and frustration, and listening to how we can make your lives easier" Walmart U.S. CEO Greg Foran told the store workers in Fayetteville, Alaska.