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It takes forever for someone to call you back. They make excuses. It's all kind of steps you have to go Thur ect. Then once hired, you go through all kinds of excercise testing, and I passed them all. It's a bunch.

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Your customer service experience, how are you with customers, your job experience, ( of course you treat customers how you want to be treated.) So many other different questions.

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Yes, I'll be very thrilled to work full time with this company.

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The best way to get hired at Sam's, you have to be persistent, over and over

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The amount of money you make every week changes drastically. One week 42 hours next week 15 Hours. This is not a way to support yourself. Right now in February . Some Employees got 7 hours then 0 hours . Before Christmas when you want to be with your family sometimes 40+.
If you're just looking for a stressful Hobby Walmart is the place for you.
Besides that the jobs ok. Sometimes even fun

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Hours are not bad. unless you dont want to work

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Be more understanding when employees are sick & cant get to the dr again for a note

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Ask a lot of questions and listen to employees to find out what they want or don’t want, what they need or don’t need, and how they can be most successful; then add what you need, fix what’s broken, and kill whatever broken and outdated policies you can. Communication is very important, recognize your employees.

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