Walmart eCommerce FAQ

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37 English questions out of 37

16 March 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Work life balance is great

Cons

No career growth and bad management

Advice to Management

Please make sure you help your people to grow in their career rather than turning them down and always point out their weaknesses instead of their strengths

No career growth and bad management

16 March 2020

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5 November 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Great pay Great opportunity for advancement

Cons

Excessive pressure to perform Last minute corporate visits Endless hours

Advice to Management

Stop over working your workers

Great opportunity for advancement

5 November 2019

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8 January 2021

Does Walmart eCommerce have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

Resources, Benefits, Salary, Good first job

Cons

No mentorship, limited career mobility, lack of cohesiveness between teams, apathy

Advice to Management

Make sure that transparency is a priority. Don't just hire people because they attended good schools.

No mentorship, limited career mobility, lack of cohesiveness between teams, apathy

8 January 2021

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9 November 2018

How are promotions handled at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Reasonable pay and work environment

Cons

1) Company is super political. Expect some people to be catty, some people to be territorial, and be prepared to be mentally tough. Don't let management fool you into thinking that people are easygoing - they're not. Full of Jerks in the management, if you are not playing their games, you will be forced out. 2) The workload is huge. Burned-out is inevitable and no one cares. 3) Promotions are predictable due to being based on favoritism and nepotism, which put non-experienced, non-human jerks in management team, a joke for an established company. 4) Lack of diversity, especially at WalmartLabs. Group thinking and covering-up for being unproductive. "Respect each other" is not part of culture now. 5) Preferential hire put a lot of unqualified people on their positions.

Advice to Management

Stop retaliating employees who pointed out process problem and implementation flaws. Start to hire capable ones and humans in the management teams.

3) Promotions are predictable due to being based on favoritism and nepotism, which put non-experienced, non-human jerks in management team, a joke for an established company.

9 November 2018

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6 October 2020

What is the feeling of job security at Walmart eCommerce?

Pros

Good benefits, stable job environment

Cons

Low impact to company, Just another employee

Good benefits, stable job environment

6 October 2020

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