100% of the CEO
Rosalind G. Brewer
I worked at Sam's Club full-time for less than a year
Pros – Good opportunities, free membership card, nice hours, busy company specially during holidays, nice employees, very nice managers, fresh food, organization.
Cons – 90 day probation period, abuse of authority, gossip, not enough hours in cafe area, to many woman in one spot.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-11-03 17:17 PDT
I worked at Sam's Club
Pros – Employee oriented, work environment is structured towards taking care of the individual associate.
Associates may use the open door process with any member of management without fear of reprisal.
Everyone benefits from the efforts of the group if the store is profitable a bonus is given to all associates.
Good benefits package but better 401k and stock sharing for all employees
Good place to learn merchandising and sales practices.
Cons – Company needs to improve in training for managers not just outside hires. Training in technology, operations and area specifics need to be improved.
Better communications between home office (HO) and front line managers on programs being implement throughout the company. This communications should be across the board in all divisions.
Better pay and compensation for assistant manager, as job descriptions are change to encompass more responsibility compensation should increase along with it.
Better evaluation system for managers and improved career tack which will allow career progression faster and in more directions.
Advice to Senior Management – Revamp the managers career path, progression and pay structure.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-05-21 08:27 PDT
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