Help Desk Support (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – 4 March 2017
I took orders and assisted reps out in the field. Ordered for the reps and researched, My position was actually called "help desk", and that is what we did, assisted representatives with their problems.
Busy all day long enter in credits on product that had been returned. Management was good. Co workers were all and all not to bad. Was to make sure everything was entered in by the end of the month. It was busy everyday and I had my co workers to keep laughing all day
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – South Carolina – 2 December 2014
Was an employee of the company for almost two years. Went from merchandising at Best Buy to Wal-Mart. With the transition came the loss of hours. I went from 32 hours to 24 hours to 12 hours to 9. No one can live off of nine hours a week. Working nine hours a week I was expected to work four days. I decided not to. They had a problem with my decision so I gave them a two week notice and started a new job. This job is too labor intensive for the elderly and they are probably the only group that would need 9 hours to supplement their income. Their next choice would be stay at home mothers but who would want to work for 9 hours. I would not recommended this company to anyone. While working for Anderson I had two former employees come into warn me about how bad things could get. I didn't listen so take heed hours are never constant and their expectations are to high for only allowing nine hours a week.
Wage, hours, dealing with store management, and everything else.
Auto Dorner operation (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – 26 June 2015
i work night shift from 4pm to 12am almost 3 or 4 years what i learn automation dorner thur the machine and i thanks my co worker have teach me how to use RF Scanner and work the machine that label price on CDS, DVDS, and Books and sometime to help other dept that need helped me if i have question they know im deaf my co worker are nice to me and my manager also the hardest one is i have to come to work on Sunday and i missed church . i love the job that i have learned everyday about safety and i m proud that i got 2nd or 3rd time safety of the month safety come first i would love to apply this job and work back but i did apply once or twice they decide denied me or not have available position of job
Retail Media Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – 26 October 2012
clock-in and straight to my voicemails to see what was the goal for the day. I learned how to be more neat, and learned how to read a plan-o-gram. Management was alright the short time period i was there i had multiple bosses, and was a bit annoying. I only had one co-worker and worked with her once a week on ad set. I was mainly on my own. The hardest part was picking up after my co-worker. The most enjoyable part would have to be getting home early from work.
merchandiser (Former Employee) – Elizabeth City, NC – 10 August 2015
A typical day is going into the account and doing what is on your phone and then having to drive anhour or more to your next account. You learn different skills and most management was really good to work with. The hardest part of the job was the driving esp when you had to do the overnight job and nothing but back country roads.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – 5 May 2015
Start work around 5 am in the morning to do stock for music and movies in Best Buy and Wal-Mart. I learned how to manage my time going out at night when I had to work. Management was very considerate and I had no coworkers. The hardest part was getting up early in the morning to go to work. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I worked alone.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – houston tx – 7 January 2013
this company was great to me. they would let me work my hours because i was going to school and had a secong job. i worked very very hard here. the management was so nice all the time. i would go back to this company if they will call one day. i left due to i got a high risk pregnacy.
Assembly Line Production Worker (Former Employee) – Winder, GA – 29 January 2015
This was the first job I have ever had so at first it was difficult to keep up with all of my experienced coworkers but they taught and trained me well. We were given a list of items to pull to complete an order and the goal was to complete as many orders as you could within that work day.