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Walmart Employee Review

its okay

3.0
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24 July 2020
as a first job, its very easy, except for working in cosmetics. theres almost no one there, stock gets left behind and not worked. they never schedule me any hours even if i ask for it. management isnt that great. the best part of my job is going on my breaks and clocking out.
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