chef de DEMO (Former Employee) – Cancún, ROO – February 14, 2014
En un día típico al llegar te registras en la bitácora de empleados, revisan tus cosas notificando de objetos de valor o electrónicos como celular o lap-tops, Aprendí a colaborar con otras áreas ajenas a la mía mis colegas fueron amables y serviciales en todo tiempo la parte más difícil fue en momentos de mucha presión por el tiempo pero logramos llevarlo bien con responsabilidad y profesionalismo. Lo que mas me gusto fue la convivencia y compañerismo con mis colegas.
department as a Cart attendant (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – March 26, 2017
working at them job helped me to work in different weather environments and sometimes being the only one out in the lot attending to cars, maintain the order that is wanted at the company while being efficient.
Warehouse/Gas Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA 20166 – March 25, 2017
Sam's Club is a great entry level job. Promotions/raises are far and in between. Overall, they offer more part-time positions, than part-time positions. It is not a career job, unless you are a manager.
Photo Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – March 24, 2017
The members use to make my day when they shopped at Sam's Club. I learn that no matter how are you work or go above and beyond management do not appreciate your hard work and dedication. The work place culture is very diverse and I like working with different cultures. The hardest part of the job was management not caring about the employees. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing a happy member leave with a smile on their face.
free regular membership to shop.
Not taking a full lunch to help a member in your dept., because management do not know how to help the member.
Tremendous sales numbers. A lot to learn about buying and trends. "One time buys" irritate members. No concern for work/life balance. Use managers for hourly tasks up to 16 hour days to make up for budget cuts.
Licensed Forklift Operator, and Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Illinois – March 24, 2017
Sam's Club was a really nice place to work. It was a consistent and steady work load. Great environment and for the most part I enjoyed there. Great stepping for people who want to get their feet wet in the industrial field.
Can learn alot by just working in this warehouse environment.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – March 23, 2017
Not a company for someone looking for a career but instead a job to build up your resume and get experience. Pay is more for someone right out of high school just wanting to get there foot in the door.
You can get promoted fast. Lot of position and department to work for.
Doesnt pay well for any position ofher than a assistant or store manager.
Overnight stocker (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – March 23, 2017
Sams'Club is a great team oriented environment to work in, the workload is fair and the management team is great, A typical day at work as an overnight stocker is pulling your merchandise to the floor and stocking the shelves.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – March 23, 2017
Working at Sam's club was always a pleasure I was always glad to get up and get to work there the management was great and concerning the co-workers was as well the customers were kind and respectful I just enjoyed working there
Cashier (Former Employee) – Moore, OK – March 23, 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job was the you get to meet lots of people, for me that was something very special because usually you look at the same people over and over and you don't see them any more like a member but you start seeing them more like a friend like a family...