Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Vernon, BC – 12 February 2018
I have had the pleasure of meeting and working within a very diverse community of associates and management. I have had the opportunity to continually learn and advance my career, but am most excited about the teachings and advancement I was able to help my associates with.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 February 2018
We came at work and punched in our cards. We went to floor and checked the desk if a colleague who got off work, left a notice for the day. I counted the changes and walked around tills if a cashier was short of changes. We interacted with customers who looked for items or brought returns to the stores.
Employees got discounts, when they used employees cards
Cashier (Former Employee) – Okotoks, AB – 10 February 2018
In this company you are nothing but a number. They don't care about any of there workers at all. They do not care about employee's family or life outside about Walmart, they expect you to be able to do every thing for them but they have no respect for you. It is a terrible company and I would never recommend people to work at it.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 9 February 2018
Working at Walmart taught me some of the most important life skills that I will take with me forever, the value of customer service. I was not only a cashier, but I was the 1st associates that customers saw when they came through the door. It was my responsibility to assist them in every which way that I could to be able to give them a positive outlook on the store. As a cashier, I was also the last associate that customers saw before they left. it was important that I was able to keep that positive attitude and outlook of the store so that the customers will want to return.
Helping people and seeing smiles when recommend great deals
Cashier (Current Employee) – Carleton Place, ON – 9 February 2018
Walmart is a good job for in-school and high school job. The management team isn't very pleasant though. Very rude and doesnt care about any of the employees and only focuses on getting master cards. If you dont get master cards you get sat down n spoken to and trained. Also, they don't give you hardly any hours due to hiring so many employees.
Lead Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 February 2018
Best place to work as a newcomer.Learned about Management skills,handling things under pressure,customer dealing and satisfaction,diverse culture and friendly associates and Managers always willing to help each other.