Walmart Employee Reviews in Vancouver, BC
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To be fair the only thing that makes this job bad is the management. They're uncoordinated, and some of them have a biased. I think to improve they're coordination they should form a meeting once a week to discuss things related to how they function, for example: thinking of overworking employees. Employees shouldn't have to worry about asking their manager to fix their shifts to make them some what consistant
Easy starting job
You're gonna be overworked
It is a very fast work environment esp. in fullfilment, always active no worrying about gym or workouts
It is a very fast work environment esp. in fullfilment, always active no worrying about gym or workouts. Lots to learn for beginners that is the fun part.
provided great customer service made sure customer was well taken care off whether they wanted to help to the car or help loading their buggy. I went out of my way to please the customer's needs
sometimes long hours
Company going through much needed process changes, significant resistance to Change among associates and management. Poor culture, lack of trust in senior management at district level because they are aloof and do not engage with associates. Management in stores are frustrated and only change in senior leadership at district level can help shape the needed future, a lot faster and with certainty.
benefits, profit sharing, dpsp
A great place to start and learn. Co-workers are very friendly and the job is easy. Every day is a new challenge since you are facing with new customers and different needs. Working is fun and management is great but there is no advancement in this job.
advancement in this job is not possible
Working as a cashier for 2 years, I learned everything there is to retail at the front-end of any store. The job itself got too repetitive for me, and I just lost purpose of my spot on the “team”. Very very prominent system of hierarchy, the CSMs yell at us because they’re yelled at by the Assistant Managers. CSMs basically run the front end & they control you like a machine. You don’t have a say whether you’ll have your break 30mins into your shift, or 3.5 hours in. The store as a whole is a priority, not you
Discouraging hierarchy, management