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I like to work there beacause firstly enviourment is very good and job is well respected and i need a job too because i am a full timer

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Dress to impress

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Yes any time

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What could you do differently to improve Walmart services?

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This is a loaded question, the truth is Walmart WANTS people to leave. All day you here "coach them out the door", and long term salary managers are given a "package" to keep wages down.
The truth is Walmart doesn't really mind the revolving door because they don't want people to get "too cozy" in their position and to keep wages lower as new hires will start at a lower salary.
Remember Walmart is a LOW COST OPERATOR, and wages must be kept low to meet that business objective.

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Right now online procedure after online they will call you if they satisfied with your reply then they hire you or may be you go on that place and face to face talk

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Applied online 4 weeks ago...no response. How long does it get to assess resume. Whats the actual process. Should I go personally at the store ?

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Its totally depend upon the situation if they need urgent then they call me or asked me you join this date if the que is already long then they asked me you wait sometimes i will you call back

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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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