sales (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 November 2017
was very hard to balance personal life with work life. manager was not understand and would always try to get me to pick between my sport or work when he knew the only way i could do the sports were if i had a job,
Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Stettler, AB – 21 November 2017
A typical day for work consisted of having my manager oversee every little task I did. She would quite often request that I redo tasks, not because they were done properly but because she'd changed her mind on how a display should look
Overnight maintenance (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 21 November 2017
wal mart was not my favourite place to work, found some management hard to communicate with, others were fine, long hours, hard work for not much recognition, wasn't for me. hate to say bad things and not all people find it a hard place to work,
Recommended place to work for students and people without Canadian work experience
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Ontario – 21 November 2017
Salary is not commensurate to the job responsibilities; more responsibilities but low salary. My co-workers are nice to work with, and some managers if not all, give equal treatments to their subordinates.
Produce Associate (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 21 November 2017
Location is great and easy to get to however management is awful, overworked to the max. Managers schedule hours sometimes not within the availability given. Produce gets new employees and loses half of them within two weeks, it’s always understaffed and hard to start at a fast pace like that for some. They do give good hours if you ask or if you pick up shifts in other departments which you can always do. There’s an almost unrealistic expectation of perfection to be met so if you can’t deal with constant criticism or being told what needs to be done every 10 seconds I really would not recommend working here. There’s a couple of problematic employees but every workplace has those.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 21 November 2017
Walmart is one of the biggest retail industry in North America. There was a lot of skills gained during this work period. Customer experience Communication skills and leadership skills. Good Workplace Handling customers
Store Standards Associate/Cash (Current Employee) – Sydney, NS – 20 November 2017
Most of my day is pushing carts I have to push at least 20 to 40 carts with the pusher plus carry outs where I help older people with large items. It is a fun job full of friendly people who are always willing to help anyone at anytime.