Merchant / CS (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 3, 2018
Management focuses on the wrong things to accomplish goals. Doesn't take criticism well at all - just blindly do what they tell you, regardless on if it makes sense or not. Difficult environment to work in with families when we're required to work weekends and late evenings.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 18, 2018
I loved working for walnart. Although the management is poor. All of the employees are friendly and we helped each other out with everything. You have the option to work as much ot as you want. Plus a little raise every month.
Stocker/Receiver; Personal shopper (Current Employee) – South Euclid, OH – May 12, 2018
Walmart does not value their associates at all! Your health is not treated as being more important than the job. Walmart gives a lot of benefits for the employees, they just need to do better at making the associates happy as well as the customers. The customers cant get their service without the employees.
Jr. Computer Systems and Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – May 11, 2018
Great place to start after college to grab some experience but move on to other employers after a year or so the job is underpaid and the company culture treats you like a child. Wal-Mart High as we use to say.
Very employee friendly, but Super Tough on Management
Area Manager - Sortable Fulfillment Center (Current Employee) – Davenport, FL – April 27, 2018
Management not equal to culture set in place with employees. A lot of bias towards management. If you are in then you are fine. If you are different or leadership style differs from that of Walmart culture you are banned
Senior Escalations Agent (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 27, 2018
Never recognized for good work, only for the most butt-kissing. Exceptions are made for some, not for others with no good reason.This particular office allowed racist remarks and actions for an extended period, despite consistent complaints.