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527 questions about Hiring Process at Walmart
Application, assessment, and tour of the working area
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May 4, 2022
Fantastic the csm asked question in very kind manner.
Answered February 11, 2016
I fill hour or 24 hours Walmart call me for the interviews
Answered December 2, 2020
Applied on May 28 and wasn’t contacted about an interview until June 7th so I scheduled a call for that same afternoon and was offered the job. I had the background check completed with follow up questions by noon on June 8th as I have charges (was told they shouldn’t be an issue). It’s now June 11th and background check has been released to them. Planning to follow up Monday morning (June 13th) if I don’t receive an email.
Answered February 25, 2016
Got fired 10 years ago or just a little more reapplied had the people lead call me she looked me up and then said she couldn’t pursue me any further I’m dumb founded she wouldn’t tell me either tho
Answered February 25, 2017
Yes-hire on as new associate.
Answered August 14, 2018
They're isn't one
Answered September 17, 2020
I like working with people or on a team it makes the time go faster
Answered November 9, 2016
Costumers first, must have enough patience and understanding..
Answered September 29, 2016
How is the Management training?
Asked August 18, 2016
Bad. Since 2016, a comprehensive video training course has been in place for new associate hires. The training was designed for the new hires' knowledge and professional development, and required to be completed by the new hire within so many months of their hire date. However, management can circumvent and undermine the training's purpose. If corporate cites new hires for being late in training completion, management may, for example, instruct these associates to pull up their training account on the computer, tell the associates to return to conducting their assigned tasks, then proceed to successfully complete whatever deficient or missing training existed for that associate. In these cases, the training associate then gets credit for course completion, albeit largely not through the associate's efforts, but instead through management's favoritism.
Answered August 18, 2016
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