Q: What is it like working at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc?
Inventory Control Specialist in Ogden:
Pros: Easy work, friendly Co workers, full benefits hour lunch.
Cons: Under appreciated under paid under staffed.
Customer Service Manager in Mansfield:
"I enjoy my job but I'm underappreciated."
Pros: I know the job well and am the best at what I do. I enjoy it and treat people fairly and with respect.
Cons: Underappreciated. Underpaid. Treated poorly by customers, associates, and managers.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT) in New Martinsville:
"It is a very fast paced, stressful, multi tasking job."
Pros: My co workers. I love the profession of being a pharmacy technician.
Cons: The majority of the customers, They are rude and very disrespectful.
Photo Technician in Wadesboro:
"A re-hire with supervisor experience doubting pay."
Pros: I enjoy most of the associates/ individuals I work with and assisting customers.
Cons: The open door policy. Some members of management have a flippant attitude and/ or unsure of their responsibilities. My main concern is with the Personnel Coordinator at this location. I truly believe without a doubt that she is ethically violating my rights and policies regarding associates.
Retail Store Manager in Chapel Hill:
Pros: Merchandising, customer service, associate relations.
Cons: Corporate micromanagement.
Customer Service Manager in Chandler:
"Pay is very funfair for cashiers at Walmart."
Pros: I like taking care of my cashiers. They do a great job of taking care of the customers. They have to deal with un happy customers and happy customers and check out customers in a fast busy inviroment deal with alot of cash.
Cons: Customer complaints about how Walmart moves things around to much. Movement to new positions take to long. Max of pay raise yearly is a max of .50 cents on a grade scale the new raises everyone recieved some people already there almost making $9.00 after 5 years of raises now makes $9.50 so lost all the raises they had and only makes .50 cents more than the person hired today plus as a CSM it states im a customer service manager under manger job description and my pay didnt go up to $13.00 an hour I think a csm does run a department the cashiers and frontend is a department and is very stressfull on us when the computer generating the schedual only has 2/3 cashiers at the front after certain hours they need to let the cashiers have 40 hours so theres no customers complaining about no registers open I understand the department managers over the back have there duties and to have things stocked but when it comes to the customers the lower employes are what makes these stores run and take.
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Stratford:
"Challenges daily. Handling a lot of information and huge re."
Pros: Schedule, benefits.
Cons: Deal with angry customers all the time and responsibilities all over the store.