Cashier (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – June 27, 2016
Walmart is a lovely place to work if your very outgoing, and that you enjoying meeting new people everyday. working at Walmart gives you great working experience. Working at Walmart prepares you for other jobs that require engagement with all sorts of customers.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Marinette, WI – June 27, 2016
Honestly Walmart is a decent place with decent people. I enjoyed working there for the most part. Management in my store was very intelligent and helpful, my co-workers were great people that were easy to get along with. The worst part in my opinion is the micromanagement from the Walmart home office, to the point of not giving the store management any form of say in attendance, that is all decided by the computer. With that being said overall it is a great place to work, with good benefits if you choose after your first year.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Burlington, NC – June 27, 2016
When I first started working for this company I loved it, then as time went on I saw that it was like high school nothing but drama, gossip, and groups. people talk about others and always complaining about everthing. I go in everyday and do my job but now I feel like my job is at risk because of others and I do not like that. I feel like this company is not fair and does not care about any of their employees.
Tire and Lube Technician (Former Employee) – hardeeville,sc – June 27, 2016
changing oil and tires i learned quicker ways to get the job done faster do not relay messages to other managers on time co-workers were always easy to get along with tires were only hard during heat advisory closing at the end of the day
Co manager (Former Employee) – Winnemucca, NV – June 27, 2016
On any given day I would manage any where from 100 to 200 associates a day including other Assistant managers. I would help drive sales through out the store as well as assist in effectively reducing shrink within our building. The hardest part of working with Walmart was their work/life schedule. I enjoyed most days due to working along side my team and teaching and training them. I learned so much at the same time and it was a very rewarding experience.
Assistant Manager for Seasonal/Hard Goods (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – June 26, 2016
Great job learning experience and a great place to advance if you put in the effort. Schedule available three weeks in advance and ability to change shifts if needed. You are able to transfer to different departments and learn different areas if willing to work for it
Not a fair place for The back Bone of the Company The employees
Cashier (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 26, 2016
There was never a consistent schedule, I was never given the time to take the mandatory test, I would ask every day if i could take the test and was always told no. I was let go but promised my job back because i had to call out more than 4 days in a row because i was in the HOSPITAL! They said that I could have my job back but would have to Reapply. On top of that no one can work full time, not even the management . I never knew when i would work or for how long and being a disabled person trying to get back on my feet this made things very difficult for my home life, I missed doctors appointments very often even when i had requested the time off.
Retail Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – LaGrange, GA – June 26, 2016
overall good company, diverse, depending on your management if your working experience will be a good one. Hardest part of the job is when areas are under staffed. Enjoyable part of job is when you put a smile on a customers face and when you are recognized by your hard work.