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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc Reviews
What is it like working at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc?
Overnight Stocker in Lehighton:
Pros: It's the highest paying entry level job in the area.
Cons: I have so many health issues because of the work, and they have no respect for me.
"Not enough time to study while on the clock. Otherwise it has been a wonderful process."
Pharmacy Technician in Des Moines:
Pros: My Pharmacist Manager cares for her team
Cons: Dealing with trying to train on the computer during my shift. We get so busy I don’t have time to stay caught up. It would be better if I could study at home.
"Worst place to work."
Customer Service Associate in Forked River:
Pros: Coworkers are the only good thing
Cons: Don't train their employees very well. They show you how to do something once and expect you to know what to do.
"Recently very stressful."
Cashier in Charlotte:
Pros: Cashiering and customer and fellow associate interactions
Cons: Assigned other tasks besides cashiering due to Covid
"It’s a job."
Sales Associate in Bakersfield:
Pros: The flexibility
Cons: The drama and cliques, unfair promotions to undeserving employees who have NO clue what they’re doing. The favoritism.
"Exhausting, under appreciated and underpaid."
Deli Clerk in Willimantic:
Pros: Seeing a smile on the customers face.
Cons: The management and pay.
Customer Service Supervisor:
Pros: Challenge of meeting the days requirements.
Cons: Scheduled hours, pay rate.