I applied online – interviewed at Walmart in June 2014.
I applied online and got a call back about two weeks later for an in store interview, I was then told if they were to offer me a job they would call later that day or the next. They called me a few hours later and asked if I could come in the next day for a job offer, I had the option of Electronics, Women's wear or Cashier. They all held the same pay, 7.65, but different hours with Electronics being the most hours at 35. I choose Electronics and set up a date for orientation. We had orientation a few days later, the same people who were with me during the job offer were at orientation. We then had a day off and then training, CBLs. We went to the floor after we completed all of our CBLs, I personally had 80 something.
All the questions are very standard and my interviewing hardly let me finish before going on to the next question, it was all just formalities for her.Answer Question
No negotiation on pay or hours. You take it or leave it.
I applied online – interviewed at Walmart in May 2011.
The fun part was actually trying to get the interview. I called these people for five straight days before I ever got a chance to speak with someone. They made me wait for nearly an hour by the back restrooms for someone to come get me. After that they sat me down in personnel and made me wait more. Then one of the associates sat down. She wasn't even a manager. She was a cashier. She asked me a few questions, same standard stuff everywhere else asks. I answered her questions and she left. Then another girl sat down. A CSM (Customer Service Manager) began to ask the same questions to me that the other girl did. I answered them, and she left. Shortly thereafter they offered me a salary and gave me the address to the drug testing facility. Yes, they test initially; however, they don't do it again after that. I passed that, got the job and showed up the next morning to what I assumed would be a somewhat enjoyable experience,
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Walmart in June 2009.
The interview was in a small office than we walked the sales floor. Associates come up and ask made up questions in order to determine compatence.It took about 5 hrs for the interview. The walk was very stressfull and the manager did not seem to interested,
Tell me about a time when you had a store vist by the district manager. Then OSHA came in and the toilet overturned. What comes first.Answer Question