Walmart in small towns are not easy to work at because the management treats you like disposable tools.
Have better training for specific scenarios, such as customers paying with american money and other small things like that that take up the customers time if we don't know how to do it and by the time a manager comes over the customers experience in the store has gone done significantly
Réponse du - Cashier (Current Employee) - Bowmanville, ON
Give benefits of some kind, and assist to make environment friendly- more pleasing to work there
Réponse du - Deli Department Cashier (Former Employee) - Cold Lake, AB
More hours to their part-time employee.
Réponse du - Costumer Service (Current Employee) - Niagara Falls, ON
Be flexiable with your hours. Not everyone wants to work all weekend long.
Réponse du - Cashier (Former Employee) - Halifax, NS
Accommodate their employees needs more.
Réponse du - Customer Service Specialist and Cashier (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON
Its a Good company. Nobody wants to leave it without a serious reason.
Réponse du - ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
Follow your own guidelines regarding harassment/bullying in the workplace. People shouldn't be afraid to go to work unless they're a firefighter.
Réponse du - Photo Lab Technician (Former Employee) - Huntsville, ON
Give more hours to employees
Réponse du - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Sarnia, ON
I don't believe management could prevent this reason.
Réponse du - Cosmetics Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Thunder Bay, ON