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bounces off like rubber and sticks to you...
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB19 September 2017
Fill and stock surrounding cashier aisles.
Greet each customer with a friendly smile and pleasant manner.
Check out customers, and get assistance when required with heavy large products.
Product count at each register 500 products an hr is what you strive for.
Kept an look out for theft prevention, and fraudulent money, credit card and debit cards.
Multi-culture environment.
Most enjoyable part of the day is getting a break in the rush of customers and filling around the cashier.
Hardest part of the job is keeping a thick skin from the verbal abuse, and sometimes physical abuse.
Pros
free paid breaks.
Cons
Irate customers who throw products at you and or the use of profanity.
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not a great place
Department Manager (Current Employee) –  London, ON19 September 2017
This use to be a good place to work at..but not anymore. A lot more work has been piled on, with no more pay, taking on roles to reduce the amount of work Asst. managers do, They don't do much as is anyways. People who work hard and do a good, always great crapped on, while nothing happens to the lazy workers
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must be a suck-up to get anywhere
Overnight Support Manager (Former Employee) –  New Westminster, BC19 September 2017
max raise is 30 cents a year
company is no longer family oriented as it used to be - there is a lot of favoritisum and complete lack of training to do proper jobs
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très bon environnement de travail
Caissière (Former Employee) –  Hull, QC18 September 2017
Travail pas exigeant du tout,plutôt relax Ils fournissent une formation très très complète. Le management est à l'écoute des employés mais il peut être désordonné.. Bref, WalMart est un bel endroit où travailler..
Pros
équipe très soudée
Cons
management désordonné
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Qie du negatif
travaille à l'entrepôt (Current Employee) –  Chicoutimi, QC18 September 2017
Walmart chicoutimi meurt peu a peu par leur mauvaise decision et leur maivaise gérance de leur stock
Pros
Vie personnel
Cons
Environnement
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n/a
District Team Leader (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON18 September 2017
lots of work to be done training is zero be prepared to work over house and there only care when you selling great co workers pay is horrible all the best
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Apprentissage sur la vente et le commerce
Commis (spécialiste du service à la clientèle) (Former Employee) –  Repentigny, QC18 September 2017
Une journée de travail peut passer rapidement lorsque les tâches sont nombreuses. La plupart des clients sont satisfaits de mon service à la clientèle. J'ai appris plusieurs choses sur la vente et le commerce, en particulier l'importance d'innover et d'accueillir le changement de façon positive.
Pros
Entreprise permettant la conciliation vie personnelle/vie professionnelle
Cons
Manque parfois de personnel pour couvrir l'ensemble du magasin
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Easy , customer experince
Customer service Manager (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON18 September 2017
all about customer service , cashier , helping all arround the stores , worked in every single department in there , gained all the experince from working there m fun , fast , quick and you have to always be able to multitask
Pros
Fun staff
Cons
part time
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Its a standard retail job
Customer service/ Cashier (Former Employee) –  Brampton, ON18 September 2017
You need patience, you need to be ok with standing all day, and you usually dont have a steady schedule. Be ready to be called in to work on a few hours notice
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the work place
casheir (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB18 September 2017
the truth of the matter is that Walmart is not a very great place to work if you are a part time student they do not care about the fact that you are a student and require you to close 3 sometimes 4 times a week and as full-time student I find it hard to do so since I wake up at around 5 everyday to get to uni and start my school day. they are very unfair with the way they treat their employees.
Pros
discount on groceries and anything in Walmart as long as its not on sale
Cons
the management is horrible and they miss treat employees with basic needs
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It's Wal-Mart
Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON18 September 2017
Didn't really enjoy my time with the company, but I didn't really expect to. The management is forced to under schedule, because of salary cost restrictions. So your constantly trying to do more than you have people available for.
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Unless you are new to Canada, this should not be your job
Overnight Stocker (Former Employee) –  Regina, SK17 September 2017
A company made in United States, with store items made from China. It is cheap and the quality of the items is bad. I mean really, really bad. From clothing to kitchen utensils.
Pros
None
Cons
Low pay
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Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) –  Surrey, BC17 September 2017
There is a routine that takes getting used to but after time, the job is quite easy.Furthermore, the management is nice and are always willing to accommodate my needs when it comes to school.
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nice people but unimpressive management
Sales/Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) –  Windsor, ON16 September 2017
i had a good time with my co-workers but the management was not very good unfair work schedules and rude management other then that i had a great supervisor..
Pros
nice people
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Can be stressful and fun
cashier (Current Employee) –  Cornwall, ON16 September 2017
The hardest part of the job is not seeing your family alot. It depends on the shift that you work. Some of the management are respectful and act professional. The most enjoyable is working with a lot of great people. You are always learning something new, which is good.
Pros
Yearly profit sharing
Cons
Some shifts are not family friendly
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Not a place to work
2nd Shift Instock Associate (Former Employee) –  Uxbridge, ON16 September 2017
They don't know how to train employees, they don't have good organization, people are lazy and if cant find something will say its overstocked they didn't know how to zone the shelves managers will micromanage you and play hide and seek and find someone who will tell you what to do that day. Once you first arrive you don't know what you are doing for the day.
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Great people, not a great wage
Produce Associate (Current Employee) –  Winnipeg, MB16 September 2017
Nice management, fairly flexible. Low wage, and very small raises. Good benefits if you can obtain full time status. Free lunches from time to time. Friendly environment.
Pros
Friendly work environment
Cons
low wage
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Very fast paced
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) –  Medicine Hat, AB15 September 2017
As a cashier there's lots of communication with others, me i love helping others to the of my ability. Management with the front end was very polite.
As a Sales Associate in Electronics was a little slower then the front end but i also liked working in that department as that's my specialty
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Après 6 mois
Caissiere (Former Employee) –  St Hyacinthe15 September 2017
Après avoir travaille pendant 6 mois walmart à changer aucun avantage social pas beaucoup d heure même pour ceux que sa 20 ans qui son la walmart exploité ses travailleurs....il n'est y a plus de temps plein tout le monde à temps partiel le et ne respecte même pas le ancienneté.....un beau magasin mais très mal diriger il devrais revoir leur priorité..
Pros
Bonne équipe
Cons
Trop à ennumerer
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Good place to work depending on management
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) –  Surrey, BC15 September 2017
A typical day as an ASM at Walmart consists of a morning tour, creating daily notes and tasks and assigning them to associates to complete. Overseeing the operations of the store, assisting with associate and customer concerns, making schedules, coaching team, planning and decision making. It's good experience if you're starting out in retail, and most stores have a great family atmosphere, which of course depends on management.
Pros
Benefits, Bonus, Competitive wage for management
Cons
Shift work
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