Walmart Employee Reviews for Assistant Store Manager
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It is Just a job. No equality and inclusion in reality. No appreciation. Not the best wins here. Color and connections help you grow without talent. Now work life balance. Overwork. Don’t expect you to take lunch breaks as a manager. You feel guilty if you take it.
no comment at this time for the fear of retaliation as before when you speak up they dont believe and then turn all management team against you and dont believe anything at all they dont address problems except sugar coat it to make them look good
Go to certain stores in the Calgary area and beyond you will find employees and managers from one minority group are being overrepresented. Unwilling to break the status quo, HR attempts to defend their position by saying some stores are in the type of demographic areas where candidates from other ethnicities are not available and, in reality, these associates often do not live even close to these stores.
Lack of recognition, expected to reply to work-related messages and calls from home
Wal-Mart is an ever changing business and work environment with potential for anyone who would like an advancing career working with a dynamic team. This company is on the forefront in our current market and has an excellent business model for remaining engaged with the needs of a continuously changing economy.
They always hire and promise a career plan but it never happens. Toxic workplace with managers fighting against each other to keep their jobs. If you do not approve of the GM the group of managers bully you until you quit or they fire you. Almost every one goes on stress leave.
Bad scheduling, general managers are a joke.
Each store has good and bad things. It was great working at a store with a good team. Stores with not such a good team were tough. People a generally good but everything depends on what your store manager wants to do and their personality.
they ask you to do a year of nights
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I've enjoyed my years at Walmart and have gained a lot of knowledge and experiences in regards to retail, customer service and managing a store. I've learned about all aspects store operations such as compliance, safety, food safety, inventory management, managing associates, customer service and merchandising. I enjoy the fast pace and being a leader, as well as mentoring and helping others reach their potential. There are challenges to being a manager in retail such as difficult customers and and conflict resolution, however learning from each different situation has helped me develop as an assistant manager.
Great benefits and incentives
No guaranteed transfers
Not enough training when promoted. Family fun place for almost 20 years. Hardest part was being restructured enjoyed my job and associates. Lots of turn over with new policies . Very hard to ask for help from Store managers.
Family friends and happy times most shifts.
Long hours not enough time to spend with family.
Prepare yourself for a chaotic environment, and learn how to quickly adapt to change. The salary and benefits are high in order to keep managers from leaving the company. Physically exhausting, as there never seems to be enough time, resources or wages to keep the store clean or well stocked. But a great place to hone your leadership skills. best of luck!
salary and benefits and profit sharing
long hours, fear and threatening your job routinely used to ensure work is completed
Good place to work, get to help and deal with customers 1 on 1 or assisting associates helping customers, fast paced environment with the chance of advancing within the company.
develop people, work with different teams
The job pays well and the benefits are good, however there is little work/life balance in the role. Frequently expected to work 12+ hour days or come in on days off to cover sick calls or risk "accountability". Was transferred from a store that was a 10 minute walk from my house to a store that was an hour and 15 minute drive away. I didn't have a car at the time and was given 2 days notice of the change. When I asked for more time before transferring I was told no because the other store needed me right away. Held weekly "Grassroots" meetings where associates are encouraged to voice concerns, however, the company would often ignore these concerns.
Benefits and pay
Little to no work/life balance, uncaring corporate employees
This company has changed alot over the past 10 years going from Family first mindset to Every Dollar counts the hours are demanding there arent many positions that allow you to have a consistant family life and the wage is the same as anywhere else Minimum Wage. Like in life managers are different and have different styles some are flexible and approachable and others are on a pedastool