Cashier/Cafe (Current Employee) – Slidell, LA – November 14, 2017
Sam's Club is not the worst place to work, however, it is not the best place to be as well. The managers have favoritism over associates, hours are not consistent with work week, one week it may be 28 hours, the next 35, back to 28 hours.
Customer service representative, cashier (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – November 13, 2017
My typical day at work is getting there at 7 in the morning and asking the members if they would like to upgrade to a plus membership to save money or apply for a Sam's master card and get $40 off of their purchase. The only thing that I am learning is how to deal with the different members. Management is pretty good but of course they go by what corporate wants for that particular store. For the workplace culture, Sam's Club is an good place to work for someone that is just starting out. The hard part of the job is to get upgrades and credits that is how we keep our job. The most enjoyable part of the job is to make the members happy and that I get along with my co-workers.
Most of the time I go in a 7 in the morning and if I want to stay later for more hours, most of the time they will let me stay.
Pay is not good enough. Wish I could work 40 hrs a week
good place to work if shifts dont matter .Management is fair and pay is fair
Center Floor Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 13, 2017
go to work dept. maintain center of warehouse.I learned to help members while working.Management usually consistently good Workplace was generally pleasant.Hardest part about my job was standing on concrete and leaning to fold clothing creating back damage. The best part of the job was pleasant co workers and pleasant public.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – November 13, 2017
The management was incredibly poor. All but one of the managers were too lazy to get anything done and all sales associates had to make up for their mistakes and clean up their messes which then put everyone behind. Any problems in the work place were either handled poorly or not at all.
Cafe, Electronics, and Mobile Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – November 13, 2017
It does pay good but there are too many people trying to be the boss in there and none of the bosses seem to communicate with each other. At times it was a decent place to work at, and, at others, it was a nightmare, not knowing when you were going to step on the next landmine and get fired.
Cashier (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – November 12, 2017
after 10 years of being a stay at home mom ,Sam's club has giving me a chance to get back in the work force. It is fast pace fun. The management is understanding to the employees needs and always will to work with you. The members are great for the most part. I would recommend Sam's club as a place to work if you are looking for part time employment.
Optical Technician (Former Employee) – Altoona, PA – November 12, 2017
Great place to work, just not my forever job. Working on your feet all day long, heavy lifting. Each department competes with each other. Certain people get monday-friday whenever other areas work all areas. They arent fair with scheduling. If youre in the click you get everything.