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Walmart Benefits

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When you join our team, you’ll see we offer competitive pay and great benefits to eligible associates. Health care plans to keep you and your family healthy? We’ve got them. Thinking of going back to school and need education assistance? Find out if you qualify. Retirement plans, including 401(k) matching and Associate Stock Purchase Plan? Yep, you’ll have those options, too. You’ll find everything you need to keep your career – and your life – running smoothly. Check it out now. 

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Insurance, Health & Wellness

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Family & Parenting

Vacation & Time Off

Perks & Discounts

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Employee Comments

  • Jan 27, 2015
    Current Service Desk Associate in Altoona, Pennsylvania

    Best - Taken directly out of your paycheck so it's not missed much, but I guess that's normal with a lot of businesses.
    Worst - No Dental insurance for part-time associates.

  • Jan 24, 2015
    Former Operations Manager in Henderson, North Carolina

    The health benefits that were available were basic, catastrophic care coverage benefits that were not spectacular, but gave adequate coverage.

  • Jan 23, 2015
    Former Assistant Store Manager in Las Vegas, Nevada

    most of the benefits are relatively affordable

  • Jan 21, 2015
    Former Sales Associate in North Bergen, New Jersey

    Good 401K, and didn't give a hard time if you had to do take time off for emergencies.

  • Jan 20, 2015
    Current Employee in Fayetteville, Arkansas

    Benefits are sufficient not outstanding but good enough.

  • Jan 20, 2015
    Current Employee in Opelika, Alabama

    Benefits weren't great to begin with, but this year they raised the family rate from $164 (Per paycheck, biweekly) to $210! That was with the $3500 deductible. We dropped down to the $5500 deductible for 90 some odd dollars. BUT, even after you meet the deductible, they now only cover 75% instead of the customary 80% !! Very disappointing.

  • Jan 17, 2015
    Current Cashier Associate in Gloucester, Virginia

    Discounts center that includes items like car rentals, ford xplan pricing, movie theaters, concert tickets etcetera

  • Jan 23, 2015
    Former Customer Service Supervisor in Lancaster, Ohio

    The 10% discount is okay, but is only on non-food items. The health insurance plans are not affordable with what you are paid.

  • Jan 20, 2015
    Former Produce Sales Associate in Big Rapids, Michigan

    You have to work full time for one year before your even offered any kinds of benefits.

  • Jan 20, 2015
    Former Over Night Stocking in Jackson, Tennessee

    Well I was supposedly hired on as full - time and after 3 months of working there I would be able to apply for them.. I tried so to apply for them and I was able to. So I thought I would wait till October when the enrollment for them was going on..so when the time came I tried again and nothing. So I asked a magnet what was going on and they informed me that my work status said I was part-time even though I've been working full - time hours. So on the last day of enrollment they let me know I finally was full - time so I had to wait so many more months to try again. So they fired me right around the time I was suppose to enroll for it.. So never got my benefits and now have three spots in my back that needs to be checked because that place worked me to death and don't have the money to go see a doctor myself.

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