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Anonymous shared this review of Walmart, United States on May 26th, 2020
"Ensure your ready for the fast pace and insults from customers with little support from managers if customers are rude."
Anonymous shared this review of Walmart, United States on Apr 30th, 2020
"Working at Walmart they increase your paycheck by coming to work early and on time "
Anonymous shared this review of Walmart, United States on Mar 6th, 2020
"It's not a place that you feel valued, unless you are apart of the "in crowd." "
Anonymous shared this review of Walmart, United States on Mar 1st, 2020
"It is not easy to work reasonable hours conducive to a healthy family/work/life balance with Walmart. The company’s expectations of what one person can reasonably do in a work day is completely out of line with reality. Walmart burns its salaried and hourly employees out. Beware. The company is more in touch with their contribution profit/$ than the mental health of their employees. Everyone is simply a number. If one is lucky to work for home office, Silicon Valley corporate locations or Jet office, health insurance is good, however anywhere else the insurance is a high deductible mess! They do offer great schooling benefits! All you pay is $90 a term—but keep your fingers crossed you don’t get laid off while you’re attending. Walmart is in constant restructure mode and it’s hard to feel secure when you hear of its substantial company layoffs almost monthly. Unless working for Walmart is a life goal or necessary for survival, do yourself, your family and your health a favor— keep scrolling."
Anonymous shared this review of Walmart, United States on Feb 24th, 2020
"Walmart headquarters has instituted a completely discretionary pay for performance system. I have raised repeatedly that studies have shown that these types of discretionary systems disproportionately harm women and minorities yet I got no response from HR. My VP is openly sexist with zero repercussions. Look at the number of female leaders who have left the company in recent years. "
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