I worked at the new store (#6188), and while the managers sincerely cared for their employees, the upper management, or the pressure by upper-management strained the relationship between manager and employee, and often you would be asked to work longer hours, or be given impossible (and I mean, impossible!) tasks to finish in a ridiculous short time. If you didn't finish your work on time, you were then given these 'coaching sessions' during your shift, which in turn, would waste more time, and thus make you not capable of completing the task!
I worked as a forklift operator at night, and we were always short-staffed, and so oftentimes we would have to stock the entire store with a team of five or six. I wouldn't have an issue with this if it wasn't a nightly basis, and the fact that our hard work was appreciated. It never was. If we failed, we were talked down to, or accused of wasting time.
Most jobs pay you more for operating heavy machinery, but Sam's club doesn't, or at least this one didn't.