Walmart Jobs in Pell City, AL

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27 days ago

Staff Pharm (exempt)

Walmart Talladega, AL +3 locations

• Ensures compliance with Company and legal policies, procedures, and regulations for assigned areas • Maintains confidential information… Walmart


20 hrs ago

8212 Manager in Training- Irondale, AL (External) – new

Walmart Irondale, AL

• Creates budgets for sales, expenses, and wages and monitors club indexing, making sure budgeted numbers are achieved, and ensures department… Walmart


4 days ago

Market Human Resources Manager, Mkt 2 (Irondale, AL) - Sam's Club

Walmart Irondale, AL

• Advises and guides operations peers • Builds relationships with management associates • Demonstrates up-to-date expertise in human resources… Walmart


3 days ago

AP Manager in Training-WM – new

Walmart Birmingham, AL

• Controls the unexplained loss of merchandise and improves profitability • Coordinates, completes, and oversees job-related activities and… Walmart


22 days ago

Independent Optometrist

Walmart Birmingham, AL +2 locations

Provides optometric care to patients by: • determining refractive state and ocular health status of patients; • counseling patients on ocular… Walmart


20 hrs ago

4724 Manager in Training Hoover, AL (External) – new

Walmart Hoover, AL

• Creates budgets for sales, expenses, and wages and monitors club indexing, making sure budgeted numbers are achieved, and ensures department… Walmart


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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Pell City, AL
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Pell City, AL
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    I worked at Walmart full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    so called insurance benefits, people you meet besides management, lunch hour, customers,

    Cons

    management, not enough equipment to do the job, open door policy is a joke, customers, moral, ethics, productivity, salary

    Advice to Management

    Maybe if Sam Walton"s morals and dignity still lived on and you top dogs weren't worried about your billfolds, the customer would be satisfied and the associates wouldn't mind caring for their jobs. Caring for those who make the money that you sit on would be nice, those that work hard every time you change your mind on something, that you think will make you money. How about pay those that actually work hard for their money. You pay just enough to keep labor laws off your back but in reality if you had to survive on what you paid the level 1 or 2 associates you would think twice


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