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6 days ago

Senior UI\Front End Engineer WalmartLabs

Walmart eCommerce Brisbane, CA

@WalmartLabs Personalization is made up of small agile teams of highly motivated and smart people who are working on innovating to make the… Walmart eCommerce


5 days ago

Senior Manager Global Store Logistics

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

include: Responsible for the overall safety, quality and performance of the cross border operations Continuously raise the bar and exceed customer… Walmart eCommerce


21 days ago

Manager Site Merchandising Media

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

• Demonstrates up-to-date expertise in Site Merchandising and applies this to the development, execution, and improvement of action plans… Walmart eCommerce


12 days ago

Senior UI Engineer Catalog (JavaScript HTML5 CSS3)

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

If you were given the opportunity to paint the future of ecommerce on a canvas of over 1 billion consumers and had the strength of the Fortune… Walmart eCommerce


21 days ago

Transportation Finance Manager

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

This role focuses on analyzing transportation cost and service levels to Walmarts eCommerce customers. The successful candidate will be an individual… Walmart eCommerce


6 hrs ago

Intern Software Development – new

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

@WalmartLabs is hiring a number of software developer interns to support projects in all areas. Our opportunities include front-end, back-end… Walmart eCommerce


21 days ago

Manager Business\Comp Levers

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

The Manager - Business/Comp Levers will oversee the monthly and annual forecast of site metrics and develop an understanding of key business drivers… Walmart eCommerce


6 hrs ago

Senior Manager Business Process Engineering & Logistics – new

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

• Contributes to the development, incubation and execution of approved corporate strategic projects and new business opportunities across functions… Walmart eCommerce


4 days ago

Senior Software Engineer Walmart 2 Go (Full Stack Eng)

Walmart eCommerce Brisbane, CA

Silicon Valleys newest development lab, @WalmartLabs, is rapidly expanding and we're looking for talented people like you. @WalmartLabs was founded… Walmart eCommerce


6 hrs ago

Senior Software Engineer Mobile Team – new

Walmart eCommerce San Bruno, CA

Duties: Work with Mobile technologies (Java, Android) and other related technologies to design and develop high-performance and scalable mobile… Walmart eCommerce


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Walmart eCommerce President and CEO, Global eCommerce Neil M. Ashe
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    lack of culture, talent and leadership kills what could be an exciting set of engineering problems

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Staff Software Engineer  in  San Bruno, CA
    Current Employee - Staff Software Engineer in San Bruno, CA

    I have been working at Walmart eCommerce full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    + expectations are not high
    + most employees work from the comfort of home
    + engineering challenges are certainly available
    + lots of talented aqui-hires around to learn from

    Cons

    + expectations are not high
    + engineering culture is seriously lacking
    + lots of office politics
    + most employees choose to defer responsibility, creating lots of office politics
    + compensation is below average
    + major gap in culture & communication between American & Indian employees
    + deploying services and managing deployed software operations is next to impossible
    + many teams have very long release cycles (most many years before product launches)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    communication transparency should be made a priority, as the culture currently holds information as a form of power
    most leaders at Walmart avoid making decisions themselves, but aren't willing to delegate the responsibility. This basically results in no progress being made.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO