Our associates are the heart of our business. There’s no better place in retail to learn, grow and build a career than Walmart. Today’s cashiers will be tomorrow’s store or club managers. Today’s managers are tomorrow’s vice presidents. And tomorrow’s CEO will almost definitely come from inside our company. From our Home Office, to our stores, to our distribution centers and more, there’s virtually no limit to the ways you can grow with us. Learn more about our businesses and find a career area that matches your skills and passions.
In the U.S., our Walmart team is 1.3 million associates strong. And at any given time, there are approximately 15,000 – 50,000 job openings at Walmart. That means there are a variety of positions for you to browse right now. Check out our jobs and see if there’s something that matches your skills and interests. What are you waiting for? Browse our opportunities now.
Our Sam’s Club team has a history of successfully helping Members make smart decisions to simplify their lives. And with over 600 locations and a variety of roles, you’ll find plenty of ways to make smart decisions of your own and grow your career. It’s the chance to join our team of innovative thinkers and continue to offer exclusive savings to millions of households and small businesses.
Here, we’re combining online, mobile and social with physical stores to give customers around the world an “anytime, anywhere” shopping experience. We’ve hired some of the best professionals around the world – 3,000 and growing to be exact. You’ll find opportunities to help us innovate new ideas on our Walmart.com, SamsClub.com and other technology teams, including our idea incubator @WalmartLabs. Ready to solve hard problems at scale? Inspired to create better customer experiences for millions? Check us out to learn more.
Joining the world’s leading retailer is a big opportunity that comes with lots of responsibility. But, with each challenge, you’ll find success through developing new skills and leaving your mark on our growing industry. The biggest reward, though? Feeling good about getting out in our communities and giving back to our customers by making a difference in the world. It’s what we like to call a win-win situation for you.
So, when it comes to our global responsibilities, where do you fit in? You’ll find a variety of ways to get involved and give back. From diversity and inclusion groups, to corporate philanthropy and sustainability efforts, it’s really up to you. At Walmart, we dedicate every aspect of our business and ourselves to finding new and innovative ways to make a positive impact for our associates, customers and our planet. Learn more about Walmart Global Responsibility and how you can play a part.
What’s life at Walmart like?
One of the reasons we’ve had some success is that we’ve known that every person, every voice, every idea has potential. Our founder, Sam Walton, once said that “our people make the difference.” If you work hard, develop new skills and care for customers, there should be no limit to what you can do here.
Here at Walmart , you’ll be surrounded by friendly people, innovative thinking and genuine opportunity. That’s because our culture is built on our founder Sam Walton’s core beliefs of honesty, fairness and objectivity – traits our associates still embody today.Learn more about our culture.
Why should you work here?
Where can you find us?
Walmart and Sam’s Club locations can be found across the globe. Today, you can join our team in one of 11,000 retail units under 71 banners in 27 countries.
When you join our team, you’ll see we offer competitive pay and great benefits to eligible associates. Affordable health care plans? We’ve got them. Education assistance? Find out if you qualify. 401(k) matching and an Associate Stock Purchase Plan? Those are available, too. We also offer paid sick leave, and full- and part-time associates can earn quarterly bonuses based on store performance.You’ll find everything you need to keep your career – and your life – running smoothly. Learn more about all of Walmart's Benefits
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Advancement opportunities, great at developing skills, great place to learn a skill and grow your resume, or grow with the company.
Understaffing issues negatively affects all parts of their business. However, Walmart has increased their minimum hourly rate with hopes to attract more committed employees, and retain better employees.
Advice to Management
At the store level, any time you are called in to over ride an associate following company policy, make sure that you first make it clear to the associate and customer that they were doing their job and that you are making an exception.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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If you get called for an interview, you can pretty much guarantee that you have the job unless you fail the drug test or are a complete idiot. The questions they ask are very easy. Nowadays expect to be employed as a Temp. A few months down the road, based upon your work ethic, you can expect to be hired on as part-time.
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Have you ever thought about what it takes to run the world’s largest company? Innovative business ideas, strong product lines and the lowest prices are just the start at Walmart. But our best assets are our associates. It takes millions of people (really! 2.2 million strong) to keep us moving forward each day. We’re looking for the best and the brightest to help us continue Sam Walton’s tradition of taking care of our customers. It’s the chance for real impact – from the simple things we all do every day, to changes that touch the 245 million people who visit us in ...