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.
Cashier/ Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – February 8, 2016
I loved working for this company. Although there was no employee discounts, the money was great, and so were the hours. It was odd to make anything under $500 every two weeks. the hardest part of this job would have to be the manual labor of lifting heavy items to place them into a different cart, but overall, this was a great job.
Deli Processor/Meat Processor (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – February 8, 2016
I just want to provide a secure, happy life for my child. So I would like to have the opportunity to show my skills (even those not shown on paper or a screen), knowledge and intelligence, hard working ethics, and ambition to succeed at all my goals to have that happy life become reality.
Sam's Club is an enjoyable place to work, For the most part everyone is friendly and helpful. The management is by far the best management that I have ever had. I have learned so many new things working for Sam's Club even some life lessons. The hardest part of the job is working so hard and so many hours but never receiving full time after 3 years. The most enjoyable part of my job is making my members leave with a big smile.
Member Service Associate (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – February 5, 2016
For some, Sam's Club is a great place to develop a career through and support your home with. But as for myself, it was a way to support and fund my living while I was in school. I loved the people I met through the company and will have long standing friendships because of this. I do not however, agree with the management I observed during my employment with the company. There seemed to a sort of hierarchy system incorporated here whereas if you didn't have enough seniority, you were given scraps comparably to what those with more experience received (ie favoritism in scheduling, accountability). I enjoyed the work I did with Sam's Club overall because of the skills and experience I developed here. The hardest part of working for this company were the disagreeable things we were forced to do in order to "better serve our members." I never had an issue with compliance to the company policies enforced here; just the simple fact that in order to satisfy the customer, rules were bent and sometimes broken and I never agreed with this.
Co-Workers, Work Environment, Paid Membership through Employment
Having the run of the entire warehouse all night long was very enlightening, It was very gratifying to see how the warehouse looked when we departed every morning as opposed to how it looked when we came in.
Maintenance Worker/Cart Pusher (Former Employee) – Bogart, GA – February 4, 2016
did trash run throughout the whole store, also painted lines and caution signs in the store pulled carts in harsh weather, but learned the valuable lesson of patience. it was hard to move up in SAM's because of the favoritism showed by other employee and workers
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 3, 2016
The employees are awesome to work with. Management has a lot of things to work out, to make employees happy. The hours put in and the paycheck received is not enough to make ends meet. Have to ask for more hours, or work second job.
Member Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – February 2, 2016
Sam's Club is a wonderful place to work. There is never a dull moment and you are surrounded by wonderful people. As a Member Service Supervisor (MSS), my typical day is fast paced and filled with excitement. I have an extremely supportive team lead and management staff. I am guaranteed to learn something new everyday whether its from a member of management or veteran co-worker.
Sam's Club was a great place to work. Great people all over the world.
Closing Operating Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fairbanks, AK – February 2, 2016
I really enjoyed working for Sam's Club. There was never a dull moment when I was at work. The atmosphere was great. Sam's club allowed you to participate in the MIT ( Manager In training) program. They were very positive with the associates. All of the associates thought of you as family and you were treated like one. The hardest thing about my job was the moving. My husband was in the Military and we moved every 2-3 years to different states and I was able to transfer to another Sam's Club. No hassle. I miss my co-workers, but since we no longer have to move, I get to see the friends that I left behind.
Check Out Supervisor (Former Employee) – Florence, SC – February 1, 2016
I enjoyed working for this company. The hours of operation were decent. It was fairly easy to advance. I started as a cashier, then went to a part time cos, then a cash office associate, then a full time COS.