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Maybe start respecting your employees more and quit treating them like they’re children. We don’t constantly need to be sternly talked to for little mistakes. We are all human....mistakes are going to be made! Instead of rolling your eyes/yelling/coaching someone for some tiny mistake how about treating them with respect and teaching them how to do something properly next time?
Management is good and helping
Réponse du - Pharmacy assistant/Customer Service/Cashier (Current Employee) - Hamilton, ON
Bring back the old Walmart way.
Réponse du - Cashier (Former Employee) - Kelowna, BC
Stand up for your employees
This is the company if you are looking for overtime
Réponse du - Team Member (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Make survey about customers satisfaction and requirements
Have a better work schedule that's flexible better salary and part time benefits for part time employees have more honesty more integrity for it"s associates value thier hard work and hours spent on getting all thier work done better wages be more open minded less hassle and bullying and retailiation for employees less demanding so the employee does not feel pressured all the time
To give and take respect from team members or customers
This is a loaded question, the truth is Walmart WANTS people to leave. All day you here "coach them out the door", and long term salary managers are given a "package" to keep wages down.
The truth is Walmart doesn't really mind the revolving door because they don't want people to get "too cozy" in their position and to keep wages lower as new hires will start at a lower salary.
Remember Walmart is a LOW COST OPERATOR, and wages must be kept low to meet that business objective.