Walmart Employee Reviews for Meat Carver
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If you are someone who is looking to find your first job. I would definitely suggest you to consider Walmart as your employer. While working there you can try different job positions to learn new things and improve your skills. You will get a chance to work with diverse workforce. With good experience and talent you can also try for higher level positions such Department Manager, Assistant Manager etc within Walmart.
Employee discount card, Employee benefits, yearly profit sharing.
More work load
It's alright for a part time job, flexible hours, friendly management team, many activities and program offers like CPR, Student Post Secondary plans etc. The job changes enough so that you're not too bored.
On your feet a lot
Meat Department extremely busy all of the time and difficult to keep up with work load. Majority of the time there is not enough staff on duty in the dept. There are many different tasks that are expected but you can only be in one place at a time. Working on a particular task means that other tasks will either have to wait or not get completed at all. This dept. has a very cooperative, cohesive, helpful and friendly team that labours with diligence to get the job done and always manages to get most tasks done. The majority of the time the dept. manager will mention the tasks that have not been done but rarely mention the many jobs that have been completed which can often be very frustrating however this situation is not unique to Walmart. Being a discount store means that the company must shave all costs to the minimum in order to offer discounted prices to customers and that includes the rate of pay so there is no surprise there. The quality of meat products equals any competitors offerings. Sanitation and safety are promoted and continuously monitored. Do your work to the best of your ability, don't show up for work with an "attitude", help out if possible when asked to cover an extra shift and there is a good chance your manager will work with you to schedule you for your preferred shifts. Once you have three months of employment completed you receive a ten percent discount on purchases. While not huge, ten percent discount helps. The store manager is polite, professional and will never fail to say hello. For a part-time job it seems just fine if that is your desire. Full-time - more...
Interacion with many nice people both customers and fellow employees.
Sometimes quite frustrating to attempt to complete tasks that are beyond your control.
The company puts high pressure on associates to succeed, which can be good, but does not pay enough or offer sufficient benefits for it to be worth it. Walmart management can create an unnecessarily high stress environment. Hours are often inconsistent and either extremely early or late.
Organized company with standards
Pay and management