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7 days ago

Staff Software Engineer Platform

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

• Develops Innovation strategies, processes, and best practices • Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects • Ensures… Walmart eCommerce


29 days ago

Staff Software Engineer Demand Generation

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

Duties: Leverage multiple data sources and apply sophisticated machine learning and data mining algorithms to determine, in close to real-time, how… Walmart eCommerce


2 days ago

Sr Manager Retention Marketing VUDU – new

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

• Strategize targeted, customer communication programs across digital and mobile platforms to improve member retention and maximize lifetime value… Walmart eCommerce


3 days ago

Senior Software Engineer – new

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA +3 locations

As a Sr Software Engineer for Wal-Marts Global eCommerce division, you will have the opportunity to help define and implement components for… Walmart eCommerce


13 days ago

Staff Software Engineer Workbench

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

As a Staff Software Engineer, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our data scientists, business partners and systems engineers to… 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


22 days ago

DevOps (all levels)

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

•Participate in the 7-day rotating shift for level 2 for Platform components, responding to Level 1 NOC escalations. •Assist in designing… Walmart eCommerce


29 days ago

Senior Product Manager eCommerce Pricing and Promotions

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

This is an opportunity to join the Commerce Services group of WalmartLabs as a Sr. Product Manager on the team building Walmarts global pricing and… Walmart eCommerce


16 days ago

Principal Software Engineer

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


29 days ago

Senior Content Management System Developer

Walmart eCommerce Sunnyvale, CA

Duties: Responsible for designing, implementing and supporting internal content management applications for VUDU. Responsible for integrating key… Walmart eCommerce


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    witnessed the infamous harsh or cruel treatments to their employees

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer  in  Sunnyvale, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Sunnyvale, CA

    I worked at Walmart eCommerce full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    lots of opportunities
    decent benefits/compensation
    very nice colleagues
    new building in Sunnyvale is top of line office buildings

    In order to success in this company you have to meet certain traits,

    Cons

    despite its IT department, the company applied some harsh policy from store to engineers as well, etc, only get employee discount benefits after 3 months, can only get certain some cheap insurance the same of the store employees, can only have 6 legal holidays per year.

    the reward system is not about your talent or how much you can achieve but how much you are flattering your superiors, and the talkers got the most rewards.

    the company culture is dominated by certain group of people with certain foreign culture, whoever are not part of that group inborn will be alienated and treated unfairly.
    I have heard other colleagues complaining difficult to get promoted here, that is only because you meet one of the following condition

    1) your boss is in that certain group while you are not
    2) you are not flattering hard enough
    3) you are working too hard that jeopardize your boss' limited managing ability
    4) you know too much and has certain eagle or ambition inside of you

    and if you got 2 of 4, you should not count your bonus to be a good or even getting ready to be fired.

    the managers only care about immediate interests, making judgement based on benefits of themselves.

    the managers has no sense of righteousness or integrity, I have seen many cases that they encroached x-employees' IPs, how do they sleep well stealing other people's work like that.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    diversify your team, discipline all your managers or fire them.
    make plans based on long term.
    seriously consider the difficulties of the team and stop dreaming big.
    stop all the political craziness and actually do something,

    I cannot believe the delivery goal slipped 3 years and nothing effective is done from the management level

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO