Walmart Employee Reviews in Hamilton, ON
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While working there. I've seen alot of people come and go. Some people at the time got fired for ridiculous reasons while others were treated somewhat poorly and pushed out the door. Advancement was slim unless you played the suck up, to be honest. I wanted to be trained in more departments but was never allowed to
Profit sharing: If your there over a year
Management all over the place
Working here has been very interesting. Walmart's culture is very accomodating and friendly. The managers are super cool . They don't only appreciate your work, they also assist you. It's sometimes difficult to distinguish who the managers are because they all working and doing the jobs of the associates. The associates are friendly and very polite too.
Work culture is great. Responsive management and associates
Salary is fair but they can do better.
Great place to work at Really well organized Fast paced work All workers are friendly to work with also it’s a great company. Just stay focused on your work and it will be really easy for you also you will enjoy working there so I strongly recommend you to work there.
department was under staffed and when i tried to reduce my hours because of school and other personal issues i was denied. in the year i worked there, there were 4 different managers. the last manager i had was great and very understanding of my situation.
This company is very good for employees. The employee is always up to date on celebrating milestones and they have great fundraising efforts for employees and neighbourhood customer monetary donations. There is great teamwork and yes there ate certain times when it is fast paced busy . Employees always receive there breaks on time. ..
Working here was for the most part stressful when working longer hours than sometimes even the management did. Did not receive yearly review when I was supposed to and lack of communication between employees and management in general. For the most part, it was easy to learn the basics of being a cashier and majority of the management was quite friendly.
With communication skills and past cash handling experience, and with my understanding for the values you try to follow here at Walmart, I am sure I can be a great customer assistant. I had the same job in the past, and I felt good doing it. My colleagues and superiors were satisfied with my work. I have no reason to doubt my ability to become a great assistant manager here at Walmart.
This Review is based on a University Student who worked at Walmart Part Time during Summer and into the Fall Term. - Slightly above minimum wage. - Room for growth. - The biggest issue at Walmart is the management. - Bad timetables. - Unproportional number of associates to workload. - Occasional rude, condescending customers however the mast majority are actually fairly nice people. - Generally pleasant co-workers. - Learned nothing, just shelved items. - Most enjoyable part of the day was the paid 15 minute breaks.
The hours are endless as assistant manager at Walmart. The salary is good however there is no overtime and the additional hours you have to work his ridiculous and never get those hours back either in time or in pay. Most managers treat the associates terribly because they are under so much stress. Store managers are way too dispensable at Walmart. Our store went through four different store managers in the first year I worked as assistant manager. Two of them were fired the other two are simply moved to other stores or demoted. I think the worst thing though is that managers are intimidated and even afraid of their area director. It's a terrible chain reaction that trickles right from the top. The hours are not only long but terrible, working many weekends and always short-staffed. I thought I could make a difference but I was just one small fish in a very large ocean.
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Long unpaid hours as a manager, no feeling of real job security as all assistant managers, co-managers, and store managers are fearful of losing their job.