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Walmart Employee Review

Walmart Job

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4 May 2017
Alright if you don't mind hard work, with little pay. I have been working for Walmart for over 3 years and am making the same pay as workers that are being hired today. On top of that I have a total of 6 years retail experience to get just above min wage. what a joke.
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2.0Management
3.0Culture
Pros
Hours if your willing to go above and beyond
Cons
Management has unrealistic expectations/Dosen't deal with poor performance so results can improve.
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