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Walmart Manager In Training Reviews

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  1. "Assistant Manager"

      Former Employee - Manager- Training in College Park, GA
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook
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      I worked at Walmart for more than 5 years


      Corporate offices better place to be


      Field not as good, customers allowed to be disrespectful which makes it hard to provide great customer service.

    • "Great Experience, too bad EDLC (everyday low cost) applies to how they treat their people."

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      • Senior Management
      Current Employee - Senior Manager of Training in Bentonville, AR
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Walmart


      It's fortune 1. It's a secure company with a lot of money and a lot of growth. They really do try to take care of jobs. They are great when it comes to executing an initiative. The culture is relaxed and nonhierarchical which help you get your work done.


      The company is too new and there are few established processes to help identify and advance talent. Management doesn't know how to develop people. The company pays bare bones for great talent and management doesn't know how to evaluate performance and often, high potentials are over looked.

      Advice to Management

      Quit training so much on functional aspects of the job. Take the time to train your leaders on Leadership and Critical Judgment. Hold leadership accountable for talent recruiting and development at all levels, instead of just asking them to do it. Make sure you pay for performance, your highest performers are at the bottom of the pay scale, and your most tenured are at the top of the pay scale even if they don't perform,...

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