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I have been working at Sam's Club part-time (less than an year)Pros
They have wonderful, nice people working for them. They have plenty of jobs to choose from. They have some nice benefits as well. If you want time off, it's first come, first serve so that way if you're new and ask first and a guy who has seniority asks 2nd, you will get it over the seniority. I think that's pretty great to have.Cons
I didn't sign up for Cart Associate but was put under that anyways.
I was signed under part-time but they gave me hours like I was full time. I'm borderline full time.
Cart Associates are the lowest pay grade even though they work hard; pushing the carts through whatever weather comes through 7 hours a day, rushing themselves to make sure no member has to wait for a cart (The cart room clears up QUICK), getting flatbeds for customers to use, and helping members load their cars. Cart Associates get paid 8$ an hour, the same pay for a member greeter who stands at the entrance and exit, checking cards or checking receipts. Personally, I am not physically able to do the job and feel like I am destroying my body as I do the job. I know no job comes easy, but the rate of pay with the physical capabilities of this job is not worth it. I am glad they don't pay minimum wage, but at the same time the pay is too low for Carts.
Only way to switch to in-store jobs is to make sure you let them know what jobs you want on the WIRE, their closed network. They will let you know when one is open and interview you again to see if you would be good for the job. Kinda like getting rehired for the company.
They also have a lot of self-entitled jerks as customers, not all of them but a lot of them.
Over all, I am on the edge of quitting. Too many cons to out weigh the pros. Coming from a major upbeat, optimistic guy, I feel the effects of this company making me more and more pessimist.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Raise the pay a little for Cart Associates. They deserve it for half the stuff they do. Also, don't immediately put someone under a job if they never signed up for it in the first place.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO