Mission: Save Money. Live Better.
I have been working at Walmart eCommerce full-time (Less than a year)
Work life balance is good. Engineers here are experienced and kind to each other. Very enjoy working here.
Food is not free and not the best.
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Walmart eCommerce.
A bit disorganized, but honestly not that bad. Candidates should stay on top of what's going on if they want to move this forward.
Multiple phone interviews, and a remote face to face interview, before a final on-site panel interview.
They had a great panel and collaborative approach for UX candidates - seems like they had some strong leaders who got involved with evolving the hiring process.
The mood always felt very corporate and robotic, but the individuals I met seemed like they meant well. This is Walmart, not a start-up after all.
Reasons for Declining
I felt the offer (work environment, and compensation) fell short of the Bay Area. Not a fan of the company personally either, imo they should pay higher given their (not positive) company reputation, and their bankroll.
Was not insulted.
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