part time stocker (Former Employee) – Bradford, ON – 23 April 2018
I worked in the produce section where i unloaded new stock everyday and after we put where ever the products went in the back room then we would take what we need outside on the floor and fill it up with fresh vegetables
Shipping and Receiving/In-Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2018
If you are looking for extra money then its a best place for part-timer. Expect to deal with customer by helping to locate their desired products. Ensuring the shelves are stock. As a associate, you will educate yourself on varieties of products to execute excellent customer service. Due to multicultural workplace, You will be meeting different people and their various attitude to work/deal with. Difficulties that most employee encounter was getting a chance to step up in the ladder through top management. I enjoyed most of my time meeting new people.
profit sharing, 10% discounts and 50% on Store Anniversary
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2018
Being a single mother and also having a disability Walmart Canada did not want to work with my hours to pick up my son from school or when i would get sick i would always have to fight with management to get better hours or try and switch with other associates working at Walmart Canada was a nightmare. Management made it very difficult for me to work at there store
Support Manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 April 2018
Not a bad place to work if you're just looking for a pay check. There's a lot of unnecessary drama but I'm sure that's everywhere. The biggest issue I have found working here is the lack of accountability for associates who do not perform at Walmart company standards. You end up with unmotivated associates who feel unappreciated because they do more work than others and management does not care.
We have a lot of potlucks, Plenty of opportunity for overtime, It is difficult to be fired once you pass the probation period.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 18 April 2018
Worked very hard for the company and got paid out for no reason at all. Never had even one discipline with this company. Confused. Worked at the Sarnia, Ontario location. After four years with the company they told me we needed to talk. They then gave me a severance letter with no reason for the dismissal. I later found out they had promoted someone of the opposite gender the same week they had let me go.
Cashier/Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2018
a typical day at work would be me cleaning down my register. then opening, having face to face contact with customers. I learned a lot about how the store works, codes. I also learned where everything is. The hardest thing about the job is dealing with rude customers. People who do not understand how the store actually works. I learned a lot of patience working at the job. I don't really attend any of the work parties or anything.
Good company for young people looking to make good habits
CSM, Floor Stocker, Department Manager (Former Employee) – Sylvan Lake, AB – 17 April 2018
This company although the pay was not sustainable was a great job to work for to help with my Customer Service skills. There is also lots of opportunity to move up and there is generally something for every type of person
Overnight Support Manager (Current Employee) – Pickering, ON – 17 April 2018
always fast paced and expected you to work miracles within time frames. Not enough staff for to much work. work assignment sheets with unaccounted time and not enough hours is the day to get everything done.
Free work out
bent to the will of people who do not do/know your job