Walmart
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Doug McMillon
    67%
    approve of Doug McMillon's performance
  • Founded
    1962
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Bentonville, Arkansas
  • Link
    Walmart website
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Reviews

Cashier in Burlington, ON
on 10 August 2022
Got to learn a lot of things
- Not a bad first job- management was good- have accommodated for my needs- A lot of standing - gives a lot of opportunities to work overtime- Can be promoted easily
Department Manager in Peterborough, ON
on 10 August 2022
Ok place to work
Easy to get hired, impossible to get fired unless you get caught stealing, you can call in sick for every other shift and you’ll still have a job Dept managers do the work of assistants without getting paid to be assistants, the only people who become assistants are the ones who suck up. Work/life balance is ok if you don’t have a family, being open until 11pm may interfere with seeing kids/spouse. Pay is ok I guess but with inflation they definitely need to rethink what they pay associates
Sales Associate in Laval, QC
on 10 August 2022
Terrible
It was terrible working at Walmart. I wouldn’t recommend. Managers have their heads so far up their you-know-what’s to car about what the floor workers actually have to complete. The only good thing was they were fine with calling in sick
Overnight Fulfillment Associate in Truro, NS
on 10 August 2022
Will hire anyone with only a criminal record check
Revolving door company. Management and employees alike. Typical day at work, expecting that neither of the 2 other shifts did any amount of work. Stressful watching employees stand around doing next to nothing but will try to get credit for the work of others. Management and HR are untrained, unknowledgeable , and thus unhelpful. Employee training is watching videos and answering questions about the video. Management will give you the answers to the tests if you fail. Little or no health and safety rules followed. All Walmart cares about is that the employee just show up for work, not to do work. Just make sure you have a good criminal record check.
Cashier/Customer Service in Whitby, ON
on 10 August 2022
Not bad
good experienceprofessional staffhands onfair wagegood managementflexible hoursgood for studentsbusy environmentfriendly staffa good place to work for students

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

They asked my 3 questions: 1. If you found out you made a mistake, what would you do? 2. What would you do to achieve a goal that you need? 3. When you are asked for where to get a product, you know where the aisle is but you are busy. What would you do?

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Shared on 3 April 2022

My experience with my interviewer was really good. It lasted about 8 minutes, I got asked to describe myself, my past work experiences, availabilities(if you’re planning on working and going to school at the same time) asked how I would deal in a situation with a difficult costumer, that’s pretty much it. That’s my experience.

Shared on 13 August 2021

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