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About the company

  • CEO
    Doug McMillon
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale


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Cashier/Customer Service in Keswick, ON
on 27 July 2021
Good first time job
Walmart is a really good first time job for people 16 and older! The front end can get quite busy but, the other departments can sometimes be slower paced. I worked here for 5 years. Some days I wanted to quit on the spot and other days I really had fun with my work friends! Working with the public is always hit or miss so it depends on your personality and what you’re comfortable doing!
Overnight Fulfillment Associate in Strathmore, AB
on 27 July 2021
Great place to work if it could only be managed effectively.
I have worked at two separate Walmarts in two different roles. I have witnessed the good side of Walmart and the bad. I will focus on my most recent experience and prominent observations of this company. Classically per my observations, poor management tends to be the catalyst to most of the problems employees face. Whether it's a lack of ability/interest in using critical thought to solve issues, or excuses and blame cast at company policy. Workloads are so intense at times, that employees who work hard are taken advantage of and over worked, often having to take personal time to recover. This damages team morale, which management does not seem to care about whatsoever but will throw a pizza party or BBQ to provide some level of what they deem "appreciation". For a company as successful and as big as Walmart, I expect more from management to make it a comfortable and fun place to work, instead people continue to leave as the expendables they are, replaced by others. On a side note, if you desire to grow, don't expect to get paid more for any "voluntary" training courses you complete. Instead, expect to have hours removed from your schedule as you are rearranged into a course slot, paid for less time than what you would expect in a shift. At the end, even if the course holds you accountable and responsible for situations that could put you in a criminal negligence case, you will receive no raise. No extra incentive to put yourself at risk. Evidently, this is simply not a company that values it's employees.
Dairy/Frozen Associate in Quesnel, BC
on 27 July 2021
The management is some of the rudest people I have ever had to deal with and there are some crazies that try to get you fired constantly
The managers are rude and not polite to employees and some employees are worse. I was forced to do things not in the job description and had to deal with a lot of bad people. Customers were nicer than they were made out to be by managers and the management was the reason customers are rude
Fulfillment Associate/Fashion Associate in St. Catharines, ON
on 27 July 2021
Very disorganized
Poor hours and scheduling, very difficult to advance. Poor wages, you can’t make enough to eat and pay rent and they have no concern about the need for specific schedules to accommodate having job. Management can be very ignorant cold and uncaring. They boast about yearly bonuses but take most of it to cover costs of customer theft even though you can’t confront customers who are stealing
Stock Clerk in South commons Edmonton, Alberta
on 27 July 2021
Loved our morniing meetings
I.enjoy my time here my supervisor was great ,gave mefamily time etc I got off when needed . Some work was alittle far fetch dont like climbing ladders etc

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Interview insights

Insights from 5K Indeed users who have interviewed with Walmart within the last 5 years.
Favourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

About my previous work ,work experience, and about how I will handle customer if they need of my help

Shared on 30 September 2020

Different type of questions asked in interview like why we hire u handle situations and how to greet customers with full of respect and care and many more.

Shared on 27 September 2019

They asked me about my previous work and my experience.

Shared on 26 September 2019
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