Walmart discriminates against people. It is a whole lot of politics and racism going on in the workplace. When you try to open door it and what is an open door when people are railroaded to do people wrong. Everyone is in together even the CEO. A lot of crooked people. Retaliation at its best!
For mine at least, it was a group interview. They asked us to tell a little about ourselves, we read over a bad customer experience scenario and had to tell what went wrong, and then had to rank what issues in the store would be ranked from first to last in terms of importancy.
There for 9 hours with 2 15 minute breaks and a 1 hour lunch. Probably one of the best things about working for Walmart
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Walmart? What are the steps along the way?
I had one interview, and was told I needed to have 3 altogether. Never got the other two.
When good employees get disrespected and written up for no reason by assistant manager and supervisor. The work load is far too much for one person and deadlines near impossible to meet.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Walmart a better place to work?
Management needs to listen to the workers. Not all customers are right (I'm lucky to have management that listens to us). Hire and pay them their worth. Keep the good eggs and ween out the bad. Some people want the person to person interaction.