I got a 50 cent raise out of the blue even though my personal numbers was better than some stores. It's either get more sales or struggle to pay bills
I worked alternating 10 am - 6:30 pm and 12:30 pm - 9 pm shifts weekly that revolved around a rotating Sunday shift of 12 pm - 6 pm that you're forced to work once in every two-week period. Off days are either Monday/Sunday (where you're off Monday, work Tuesday-Saturday, and are off Sunday), or they're Tuesday/Wednesday. Single-employee stores have 11:30 am - 8 pm shifts with Monday/Tuesday off days.
Bring drug testing back when hiring someone. More in depth training. Raises based on performance/tenior with the company. Stop allowing market managers to put fear into your employees if they have an issue they feel needs to be addressed. Stand up for your employees that do their jobs when it comes to Walmart and their practices.
Yes but they're way too expensive. Insurance for 2 people is like $600-700 a month. Imagine that on a $10.50 an hour salary.
8 hours per day. 6 hours on Sunday, which you only work on once every two weeks. So 78 hours per paycheck.