WebOps Engineer (Current Employee) – San Bruno – 10 August 2012
Most team members I have known over the last 6 years work 80+hour weeks to deliver on projects. I have met some amazing people come and go while at my tenure here, but due to the excess in expectations and the constant driving to deliever below cost solutions they get burned out and leave.
work life balance - they talk a lot about work life balance, but it is not possible based on managements expectations.
Cashier (Former Employee) – West Kelowna, BC – 17 October 2017
Walmart was a Very good place to work. The managers were very friendly and understanding and so were the other co-workers. Not much room for advancement. I found the pay could have been better for the amount of work you do.
Administrative manager/Compliance manager (Former Employee) – Stettler, AB – 16 October 2017
Working with the associates gave me great pleasure but some of the management team made the job harder. There needs to be a more positive focus from management when dealing with the associates in the store I was located in. Walmart as a company has great benifits and does a lot for the communities they are located in.
Store Associate (Former Employee) – Yellowknife, NT – 15 October 2017
Its Walmart. What else can I say? Politics, gossip, good stores, bad stores, good management, bad management. The right people can make the difference, I find that Walmart attracts a lot of the wrong people.
Customer Service Representative/Cashier (Former Employee) – Nova Scotia – 15 October 2017
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Cashier (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 14 October 2017
Walmart lacks proper organizational skills in some areas because of how big the company is. There is a lack of communication between higher management, lower management, and employees. Rules are not followed by all employees because management does not properly enforce them. Overall there is always room for advancement and they allow you to have a fun day at work. Booking time off is a struggle. You can request a day off a month in advance and still not get it off, so always double check with personel office.
Dress down days for donations, break every 2 hours
Time off requests are not followed through, calling in.. you have to go online and fill something out
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 13 October 2017
I enjoyed working at Walmart and the environment and experience it provided. I was fortunate to be recognized for my skill level and work ethics and was able to move up within a number of months. I really appreciated working there.
Friendly environment, great associates and great management
Second Shift In-Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 12 October 2017
As a in-stock associate I would restock throughout the store as well as maintain a clean backroom for safety. Management was great and understanding. I learned a lot about customer service and organization from this position. The workplace culture was large in variety and very welcoming to not only the customers but to the associates. The hardest part of working as an in-stock associate was trying to stock everything by the end of the day as there was usually a lot to stock. The most enjoyable part of the job was able to speak with customers every shift as well as work with very reliable associates to help complete tasks.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 October 2017
I never once enjoyed working for walmart. The pay was Terrible and the management was a joke. The store was always filthy and unorganized. They were always so understaffed that as a cashier, I was also working in many other departments that I knew nothing about.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 11 October 2017
Wal-Mart was my second job I enjoyed working with different kind of people serving customers and gaining more and more experience everyday at work. I didn't find anything hard working there and I enjoyed every moment of it!
Cashier (Former Employee) – London, ON – 11 October 2017
The management is trash and it seems like none of them graduated high school because they're all literally so stupid. I would not recommend working for Walmart in London ONT, especially not Argyle Walmart because it will make you hate your life. Your coworkers are perfect and so sweet, the only thing wrong with the place is the management because they are literally the most incompetent people I have ever met. They don't know how to run a business and they sit around all day in the connected McDonald's. Even customers notice that they're always in there, like you ain't slick, just do your job like you've been hired to do.