Fulfillment Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – September 7, 2013
I enjoyed my daily routines and challenges and appreciate the roles I was given during my 7 years. I learned that I could take an area in need of help, to the top with a little t.l.c and support from my peers and fellow management team. Unfortunately, lack of job security played a role in my career goals. I was forced to quit due to transfer unavailability.
Bbqs and some incentives for reaching sales goals.
Service Desk Associate (Current Employee) – 0280 Rockdale Tx – October 25, 2016
There is favoritism really bad.. if ur not a favorite u won't get raises or advancement.. They don't care if customers steal. They only watch their employees for stealing. They don't trust u at all. Their benifits the medical sucks.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Highlands Ranch, CO – October 25, 2016
at one point I felt like the managers here at this Wal-Mart played favorites, to certain races.. and from a professional stand point the management was not that great either. they were childish and spoke about people rudely, right to their face.
management, the dope heads, safty and security, theft
Deli Clerk produce clerk (Former Employee) – Bullhead City, AZ – October 25, 2016
learned to run a deli, rotate, amazing co workers, hardest part was leaving. best part was clocking in and starting the day. would do anything to get back inside a real deli. the walmart managment is leterly perfect.
10 percent discount card, 2 15 min breaks and a 1 hr lunch
Wal-Mart Associate (Former Employee) – Del City, OK – October 25, 2016
improper staffing, either overstaffed or understaffed, communication between upper and lower management to asociates is a mess, everyone is overworked, things are easier for people who like to suck up to management.
I went into the hospital after a manager told me "don't worry about your job" and i missed two weeks of work because i was in the hospital. I had a doctors excuse when i got out and they still terminated me. The customers were rude no matter what you did. Hardest part of the job was the fast pace. Co-workers were fine. no comment on management. Best part of the job was the hats and thing they gave you to wear for certain holidays.
three breaks a day (two 15 min breaks and an hour lunch)
very productive, and fun energetic staf, great customer service.
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – 1110 57 ave NE – October 25, 2016
I have worked with Walmart for years and learned a lot there. Talzonl. Experience, stocking and zoning shelfs even built them, learned forklift, how to recive trucks,also fixed broken signs,shelfs, cleaning
Wal-Mart Associate (Former Employee) – Sylacauga, AL – October 25, 2016
I enjoyed working at Walmart, the pay was great and so were the people that I worked with. everyone is nice and the work wasn't hard at all I was done somewhat wrong but no company is perfect to their employees
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Bismarck, ND – October 25, 2016
There is no typical day of work at walmart. I learned how to work with others, manage teams, tasks and sales. Co-workers were friendly but management was not always willing to train others. The hardest part of the job was remembering all the compliance policies. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help people.