"Mr. Sam would not be happy. Walmart would continue to grow and be successful if they spent a little time actually practicing the company culture instead of just talking about it. The customers and associates really do matter, not just the bottom line."
"Wal-Mart is absolutely the worst company to work for."
"I have worked for Wal-Mart for 11 years and I have met some very special people. I consider them family because we have developed some very special relationships. I have learned a lot from working with this company and it has taught me how to handle some very difficult situations."
"Working for WalmartLabs India Limited as a Senior Sterling Consultant and I am very proud to be working with the company and team."
"Wal-Mart is a bad place to work in Tennessee they work you like a dog and don't appreciate what you do. My husband works at 950 and is treated very poorly and is threatened. Beware if you work overnight you will have to work 15 + hours.Store manager is very bad. I was at Cordova for a while and was treated the same."
"I have worked for Walmart for almost nine year now. In the beginning, it was a very lucrative income for me while attending college. After graduating college, it was still a nice income generator. Now, specifically in my district, are work hours are being significantly reduce bordering on once affordable expenditures and/or necessities becoming improbable. I can't speak for other Walmart stores around, my store is not a job secure anymore."
"Walmart puts great emphasis on respect for the Individual. Volunteerism is huge and there are many opportunities to participate in worthwhile causes. However the stress level at Walmart ISD is high to an unhealthy extent. The wages are typically below market with the idea that a significant bonus (20% or more of one's salary) will make up the difference, however it often doesn't. At the same time, C-level leadership are grossly overpaid for a company based on keeping costs low."
"I enjoyed working with the other employees, but I don't really agree with what the company stands for anymore. It was good pay, but I feel that the company in recent years cares more about keeping its employees from getting raises and benefits, and keeping the profits for itself."
"I worked at Walmart for 2 years, in those years I was never made felt that I was an asset despite the many projects that my team and I accomplished, or how much I volunteered to help my superiors. I worked in two stores in two different states and that feeling was the same in both stores."
"Was great place to work and would work there later in life."
"I have worked for Walmart for 5 years and found it to be a great company that is willing to promote from within."
"I worked as an in-stock associate. The shift I worked was removed because common sense is trumped by profit."
"My company had been good to me so far but I desire an engineering career job in order to fully utilize the knowledge I had acquired in school."
"Yes yes it's good working for them. Very strong technical team and expertise across."
"I did not enjoy working at WalMart in the least bit. I took the job because my employer at the time did not have hours available for me to work, and one must make a living. Many of the employees I worked with (not all, but most) were lacking in a sense of logic and seemed unable to make competent decisions and had difficulty allocating their time efficiently."
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