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    Former Employee - Inventory Management Specialist in Kimball, WV
    Former Employee - Inventory Management Specialist in Kimball, WV

    I worked at Walmart full-time (more than an year)


    When you don't have anywhere else to turn for work, a paycheck or two from these slave drivers is about the extent of the tolerance threshold. Then again, I do hold a B.S. Degree in Engineering, and had to live on mere cents above minimum wage. They don't respect education, and won't acknowledge employee expertise unless the company was involved in the said education.


    Lifting heavy merchandise is about the sum of the "hard" work, everything else an ape could be trained to do, except maybe the money counting etc. (Math). Every manager thinks they are a rock stars because they are part of management of the company. It gets downright appalling sometimes. Makes you want to avoid these individuals because they are over dramatic about everything, and think they are busier than the President of the United States, when really the extent of this "busy time" is talking and gossiping about everything and everybody. Every time you need one, you always find them when they are not busy for some strange reason.

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    Advice? Don't make me laugh! With managers that can't get past their ego enough to know when they are wrong or make a mistake, I honestly don't think they would take advice from anyone. Money is the number one thing that is important to this company, which is good business, but they don't care about other things along with the money. It shows too much. I seen people get fired for things that were so trivial it was stupid. I finally figured it out, and it made me sick. If you get high up in your position, or get too many years under your belt, the company will look for reasons to fire you, because they can always hire someone to do your job at a discount when you do get fired. I seen way to many times to be a coincidence. That is just not good business. No wonder they are loosing their position as a major retailer.

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