I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Walmart in June 2012.
Interview Details – Very simple. Apply online, they will give you a call in a few weeks. Come to an interview with two or more of management. They will ask questions of experience in reliability and how you handle stress. After the interview you take a drug test, then they post your schedule.
Interview Question – In your last job, did you ever encounter any circumstances where you had to act on your own judgement? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation. They tell you the pay, it is final.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Walmart in November 2012.
Interview Details – I applied on internet for the job and then called me and give me an appointment for the interview. The interview was easy, simple questions and it didn't take more that ten minutes. After the interview they call me and offered the job, the whole process take about tree weeks.
Interview Question – Nothing special, all questions were easy to answer. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Walmart in January 2014.
Interview Details – I applied online (I had to D/L Mozilla to be able to do this, however) and the next day I received a call from HR to come in the next day at 7:30pm for an interview. She informed me of the position hours, to make sure I was still interested. I went in, waited until they brought me back to the employee break room, and she asked me standard questions, like - "Tell me about a time when you had a short amount of time to make critical decisions with something at work, and how did that turn out for you?" I asked her if they had 'set' questions to ask, and she told me that they have 'sections' that each have 2 different questions, and they had to pick one of the questions in each section. I asked her this because the questions she asked were so similar in nature, and she made a comment about how hard it was to find a question that was different from one I'd already answered.
The questions were relatively easy, and she was very nice, and after we were finished, she said another manager would come in (and did I have the time right then?) to finish up with the interview. The next lady who came in was another Manager, she was also very nice, she explained that the questions would be more or less the same as the ones I had just gotten and to feel free to answer with any of the same ones I just gave. The questions with this part though, were different, in that, each question was more of a "2-part" question. Like, "Name a time when you implemented a system into your job that made a big difference. What did you do, and what would you do differently next time?" The entire process took about 30 minutes, at the conclusion of my second interview, the Manager stated she wanted to offer me the job (even though they had more interviews to do, she stated she liked me best, and they'd probably have another job opening in the next few days anyway, so if the last interview went really well, they could hire that person anyway. I'm guessing the 1st few interviews went poorly) She then asked me if I could come back the next morning and do one last interview (called the 'Final Interview') with another Manager. When I did that one the next day, he didnt ask me any questions, just had me fill out and sign my job description paper, make sure my information was accurate, then another Manager there gave me the paper to have my drug screen test done, with directions to the site where they do them. Easy process, but they seemed like really nice people.
Interview Question – "Name an experience where you had to take the blame for a mistake you made, and what would you have done differently?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – I didn't negotiate. I took the offer of $9.00 an hour, (you get $1.00 extra for working nights) But one of the Manager's did tell me that you can advance in the company very quickly, if you have what it takes and are dedicated enough.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Walmart.
Interview Details – The interview process is very easy and as I understand it, very few people are not offered the position for which they were interviewed. When you arrive they will invite you into the back room where you will be asked a number of standard interview questions such as: difficult tasks you've had and how you overcame them, working with groups, leadership skills, etc. nothing that requires any sort of preparation. If they like you they will ask you to wait until some one else come back there to give you a second interview. The second interviewer will pretty much ask the same questions the first one did, it's pretty stupid but that's what happened to me. After that if they have decided to hire you they will send you to HR to get a paper to do a drug test so as long as you aren't on drugs you're fine, however they don't drug test unless you screw up so once hired you can pretty much never be sober again.
Interview Question – No difficult or unexpected questions, this isn't NASA, they hire people who can't even read let alone have the ability to answer any tricky questions on the spot Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They said, "This is what you'll be doing and how much we'll pay you" and I said, "Ok." If you go to work for Walmart and attempt to negotiate you're probably an idiot. Even if you are disabled you won't need to negotiate because that will be in your application and they know and probably not make you do the things you can't. What they give you is what you get they can just as easily hire some other moron that doesn't want to negotiate as opposed to hireling some who does.
Interviewed at Walmart
Interview Details – you will get a call and you will come in.
the first interview is normally 1 on 1 with a supervisor
then there will be a 2nd interview with up to 3 people if the 1rst one goes well
after that you will know. depending on the store some times the store manager will do a 3rd interview but that is not required
Interview Question – there all simple questions they all deal with how to react to situations and how to plan and deal with things just be ready with things you have accomplished in life with what you did how you did it and what the result of your input that made it better /easier Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Walmart in June 2012.
Interview Details – The online application was simple. A few days later, I got a phone call from the store asking if I could come in during the next week for an interview. I accepted and came in, dressed in just jeans and a nice shirt with tennis shoes. One of the managers took me into one of the back rooms and asked me a list of questions. This was my first job interview ever, so I was probably more nervous than I should have been. The manager asked me very simple questions, but I was sweating up a storm. At the end of the interview, however, the manager told me that it was very likely that I was going to be hired because I answered all of the questions very impressively.
Interview Question – Most difficult question: "Describe a time when you were faced with an unexpected problem and you had to make an on-the-spot decision to fix the problem. Did you solve the problem on your own or did you need help?" Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Walmart in January 2009.
Interview Details – very detailed, hired in a pool, orientation was clear & concise. expectations and benefits explained in detail.
Interview Question – Areas i could improve in. View Answer
Negotiation Details – quick. i was offered $9.60 per hour and took it
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Walmart in October 2013.
Interview Details – Once you arrive you will wait in the lobby in the back of the store near electronics until called back. Your first interview will be simple and only consist of around 5 basic questions and some paper work. Then they will either give you the second interview right then with the manager or tell you to go home and wait for them to call you. (Means you likely didn't get the job.)
Interview Question – Easy and basic questions that will include things like "Think about a time whenever you needed to do something but had limited amount of time to get it done, what was it and what did you do to get it done in time?" Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Walmart in September 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online, they give you a call back to set up a interview you have 3 interviews with 3 different managers They all ask the same questions from a paper then rate each answer
Interview Question – Trying to give a different answer for the same question View Answer
Negotiation Details – none
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Walmart in May 2012.
Interview Details – The interview was simple and laid back. They asked standard interview questions relating to co-worker troubles, when did I go above the requirements of work, how have I responded to difficult customers, etc. The questions were not difficult and most people with some work experience can answer them relatively easily.
Interview Question – Question about how I handled a disgruntled employee or bad co-worker. I wasn't prepared for these questions and didn't have a good response handy. Got hired anyway. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation whatsoever.
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