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You might be let go from your job and it's hard news to take. Your emotions will be running hot and you might want to take some drastic actions, like this former Walmart employee.
Don't, take a deep breath, collect yourself and calmly leave. These are the times when we dust ourselves off and move on to better things, leaving our potential work contacts on a good note (your coworkers, etc).
Did you know that Walmart promotes over 510 people every day, and 36% of promotions go to first-year associates?!
66% of Store Managers began as hourly associates.
As a bonus once you complete their training program you’ll gain important skills and an opportunity to boost your paycheck.
I was looking around the Walmart career page and came across this interesting article about some of the best benefits offered to associates. Here's a quick recap of why you should consider working at Walmart!
I worked for Walmart off and on for 25 years this last time was for 17 years. They told me I was terminated because I made to many mistakes, first they told me I was to slow and couldn't keep up, I pointed out to them before they promoted me to management, I was going to be slow because I was handicapped (I only have one hand) but I kept my head down and did my work the man you promoted me said I was exactly what he was looking for. Thru the years he left the company and a new GTM came in. After pointing this out They changed their tune to I was making to many mistake but still they kept me dispatching 3 D'C'S (distribution centers) when a lot of people where dispatching 1 or 2 DC's there were a lot of times 2 people were dispatching 1 DC. At first they started accusing me of things I didn't do. I was on vacation and they said they tried calling me in for coverage, I was out of town and I told them I would be out of town I had family coming up to visit me and I would be out of town also I wasn't next in line to do coverage two other people were ahead of me on of the person that was ahead of me said they never called him to come in. Also I have document to back a lot of this up, and also I have tape recording of them falsely accusing me of thing I didn't do. I used their open door and when they terminated me I asked the HR manager what every became of the open door issues no one every got back with me, she told me they couldn't find any reason to allow it so they threw it out without even telling me. I went to a lawyer and he said they couldn't use the tapes in court because it was done with out their permission also he wanted $460.00 an hour which I couldn't afford. So I gave up taking it any further. This all happen in May of 2014 I suppose it's to late to do something about it now. I was 7 months away from turning 66 I thing that might have been one of the real reason they terminated me. Since then I have applied over 200 places to get a job and been refused. I sure they were behind that to. #Walmart is all about politics.
I can never forget the kindest and sweetest woman I had ever met at a job. She would come in once a month on a Tuesday to Walmart get her medication at the pharmacy. She would come over to me with this big spread smile and take out her wallet and show me the same bent and faded photo of her son. She lost him in Iraq. We would talk for a while about her son, life, and then on her way out, she would somehow find me before she left and would buy me my favorite iced tea. It was that kindness that made me enjoy my job so much but even more restored my faith in people again.