Cashier/Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Evanston, IL 60202 – May 25, 2018
A typical day at work is providing our members with excellent customer service. Our top priority is making sure members are satisfied by any means necessary. The management shows great concern for employees, and have flexible schedules.
prepairdfoods 2 (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – May 25, 2018
people were nice. but the café was to fast pace. not enough employees for the volume of customers. the lead for the café is great but management for the café seams disconnected from the functions of the café. if you ask questions he feels you do not know how to do your job. its a stressful work situation. they expect way to much.
Accounting Associate (Former Employee) – Southaven, MS – May 24, 2018
I only worked in a couple areas as needed. Mainly stayed in the business office and worked but it was a fulfilling job. The store was pretty busy and fast paced. I learned a lot from being there and my growth from that job allowed me to pursue and succeed in a full time role at a different company
Freezer/Cooler Associate (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – May 23, 2018
some days were more slow than others, I was a cashier then a floor partner, I learned how to work to work a register & how to show members what they were looking for. also learned how to stock & maintain the freezer/cooler area
Member Service Attendant (Current Employee) – Wentzville, MO – May 23, 2018
Most associates have a hard time moving up because when they work hard managers don’t want to move them from that area. They only give pay raises at the beginning of every year for anybody they feel deserves it.
Member Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Hudsonj – May 23, 2018
I supervised the assigned daily cashiers, door greeters, cart associates and front service desk staff. I supported the cashiers for any cash management problems on an as need basis. I did reviews for the staff supervised. I enjoyed meeting and greeting members on a daily basis and assisting them with their shopping needs. I interacted well with the employees in my charge. I learned to be more patient with people and respond quickly to member needs. The assistant managers did not respond well to critique or the needs of solving complaints in a timely or, in some cases, not at all which made the work environment testy at best. This made our job most difficult at times.
Making great relationships.
The pay did not match the responsibility of the work required.
Cashier (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 23, 2018
Work around a lot of people and see a lot of people you may know. The employees you work with are very friendly and also helpful. The most enjoyable part of the job is a mix between the pay rate and benefits.
Free lunch thirty minute meal break and two fifteen minute breaks also
Overnight Lead (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – May 23, 2018
You would need several hands to count the amount of Walmart associates. Sam's club depending on your location can be very understaffed, but management always says that the store is overstaffed and overwork the few associates that are there until they eventually quit.