Walmart Employee Reviews in Saint John, NB
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Employees are easy to work with and are very concerned about fellow employees. They like to make your day easy. The hardest part of my job is trying to not get upset about what customers say . The most enjoyable part is when customers say "Thank You" for your service .
Comfortable hours to work around
Fairly relaxed environment but still can be stressful at times. Good comaraderie with colleagues. Management pretty easy to deal with most of the time. Sometimes me and my colleagues were unfailrly blamed for work not getting none even though it was decisions made by a manager that was out of our control and resulted in the work not being done.
Relaxed work environment
Treated unfailry sometimes
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Always understaffed and underpaid Wal-Mart likes to keep you probationary for 9 months and work you like a dog. Even if you survive the probationary there is a list of things that can get an employee of any tenure fired instantly, but really should be wrist-slap situations.
Worked at Walmart for 8 months while the management were very rude and treated their employees like dirt. If you weren't fast enough they yelled at you and told everyone about it
Management, lack of training and lack of respect
If a manger at Walmart does not like you they will make your life miserable. The Managers don't care what you have going on in your personal life. YOu could tell them your parent passed away that day and they will still ask "So are you making your shift?" They schedule you all weekend every weekend so if you have kids don't expect to do anything fun with them on weekends!
A typical work day for Wal-Mart can be done with relative ease so long as things already going smoothly in the location you work which was not the case where I worked management at the upper levels was abysmal and mid-tier management struggled to pick up the slack