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Manager Corporate Strategy

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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Senior Manager I Insights Partner

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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Instructional Designer I Food Training

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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University of Hawaii at Hilo Grad Intern

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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Courtesy posting (candidate identified)

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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8 days ago

2015 Summer Intern Global Shared Services (MBA)

Walmart Bentonville, AR

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    OK company to work for, but your experience will depend greatly on the people you work with.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Customer Service Associate
    Current Employee - Customer Service Associate

    I have been working at Walmart full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    If you are open to it and it's something you really want, you can learn a lot about how a business works and it is possible to learn and develop skills. I worked at Walmart while earning my degree and my managers were supportive of that goal and willing to let me change my availability so I could go to classes. Once you're off the clock you don't have to deal with anything and can go home without bringing work with you.

    Cons

    You will always have to give more to Walmart than you will get in return (especially compensation-wise). Workloads are heavy. Customers can be nasty and will treat associates poorly. Many long-time associates like to compare the way things are now to back when Sam Walton was running the company and say things have gotten worse.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Improve wages and benefits. Get a handle on improving the technology associates must use to do their jobs. The focus on customer service and keeping customers happy is fine but make clear that doesn't mean customers (or store management) are allowed to disrespect associates.

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