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Secure employment,

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Formal dress or whatever the Walmart dress would be I will have that one in my duty hours with warm jacket

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It suppose to be flexible hours for students bcoz school is priority for them along with 20 hours per week, but it depends on what days they are free to work, I think all the shopping centers should give the work to the students as it is legal. They can also survive in this country

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Experience, work efficiency and accuracy, punctuality, good communications skills with computers knowledge, should be good in customer service. Honesty is the supreme quality ,every company like to choose in everone. Can work under stressful conditions.

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I had a three part interview... yes it’s as excessive as it sounds. This happened at my Walmart not sure if it happens anywhere else.
-The first part is to apply online of course
-Then they will have a on the phone interview
-after if you pass the first interview you will participate in a group interview
-And lastly you will have a interview with the store manager

Again this happened with me and my coworkers. Not sure why there were so many interviews, but oh well.
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Stand up for your employees

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Yes requirement for criminal record is necessary

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I was a full-time team lead, and having to have open availability was taken advantage of. I worked at least half of every weekend and rarely ever had two consecutive days off. The crazy hours, combined with unreasonable expectations from management with minimal training pushed me to my limit, and I had to quit to keep my sanity. Once I got out. My quality of life increased dramatically, and I'm finally happy again.

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