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5 English questions out of 5

7 November 2020

What is the salary like at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Great team culture, great pay and good place to hone stakeholder mgmt

Cons

Heavily business driven decision making

Great team culture, great pay and good place to hone stakeholder mgmt

7 November 2020

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3 September 2020

Does Walmart eCommerce offer a weekly bonus?

Pros

Working outdoors when the weathers nice, chill coworkers and boss

Cons

Not enough overtime, no bonuses

Not enough overtime, no bonuses

3 September 2020

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8 September 2020

What are other benefits and incentives like at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Really wonderful, supportive coworkers Great compensation package for a role with no significant experience required

Cons

Technologically disorganized -- many initiatives impacting the business with little communication Too many people, it feels like they should scale back some of the hiring

Advice to Management

Please understand the online business. All decisions seem to be coming from the brick & mortar leadership teams in Arkansas -- if you continue to look at eCommerce through a brick & mortar lens, Amazon will continue to gain market share.

Great compensation package for a role with no significant experience required

8 September 2020

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6 September 2019

Does Walmart eCommerce offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

The work is pretty simple - sell stuff online, make it easier to buy and get stuff. Big annual bonus for good performance. Motivated people all around you.

Cons

Hiring people with little expertise or experience into "senior" roles just to plug gaps in headcount. Blind to how they're losing the *technology* battle - very little in analytics or smart tech except in very small, specific teams. It's like they don't know what tech is about - having more data so you're more aware and informed. Beholden to the know-nothings in Arkansas, it's like watching your team lose the game from the sidelines. "Business" people in Arkansas make tech decisions they don't understand. eCommerce is all about power struggles, but they're chasing their tails - Arkansas has all the power. With nothing to really lead, "leadership" spends their time controlling people, getting you to fall for the allure of it being a great company. It's a distraction from the problems they won't or can't solve.

Advice to Management

Focus on building and giving access to analytics and metrics so your teams can make informed decisions. Humble yourselves - you win more through solid tech case studies to show Bentonville than you do in controlling people on the West Coast. Hire technologists and give them license to build while Arkansas has its feast. When you have the data, you have the power. Then, stage your coup.

Big annual bonus for good performance.

6 September 2019

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30 October 2018

Does Walmart eCommerce offer stock options?

Pros

good benefits and good stock . provides a great working experience .

Cons

Do not use latest technology

good benefits and good stock .

30 October 2018

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