how much does walmart pay
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#105 Feb 25, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
You're trying to figure out how to push a chain! Get real and try to understand that the economy is in the tank and EVERYBODY has to live within their means and do what it takes to pay bills if they want to live their old lifestyle. What makes you special?
This is where you sound completely hopless about people getting hired contradiction again
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#106 Feb 25, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text> This is where you sound completely hopless about people getting hired contradiction again
Why are you pulling up a Feb 4th post? Does it take two,three,or four attempts to understand?
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

#107 Feb 25, 2013
You couldn't disagree with the facts. You have to find a problem with the date-or-a typo- Clicking on the post isn't repeating a comment, it's a reminder, that you're too stupid to get out of your own way!
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#108 Feb 25, 2013
Joe wrote:
You couldn't disagree with the facts. You have to find a problem with the date-or-a typo- Clicking on the post isn't repeating a comment, it's a reminder, that you're too stupid to get out of your own way!
You're pointing the finger in the wrong direction!
Whitney

Kansas City, MO

#109 May 18, 2013
I worked for Walmart for a few months and went in as a regular apparel associate for 7.95 and hour. Minimum wage went up 8.10 but I still made less than everyone else and they threw me around amongst other departments ALL THE TIME I would have different managers giving me seperate orders and although some people made good friends a lot of the employees didn't do their job and we all suffered from it. I made a few complaints. Especially being scheduled for the register more than my own area and getting paid less than the people doing the same thing I was. You get up to 38 hours a week if your lucky 40 hrs and you can get that Walmart in trouble. I loved it when I first started everyone seemed so nice and I made a lot of friends and learned a good amount about retail and products. But after several verbal abuses from managers and employees and my try to fix it. I quit. I've never worked at such a disrespectful place. Dont get a job to complain about it. Produce made almost 9.00 same for cashiers and grocery. Deli and night shift pays the most. I actually had a night shift a few times and worked on the trucks and freight it was pretty fun. Unloading and putting up freight isn't as hard but they can be sexist. But you get to wear jeans and listen to music lol.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#110 May 18, 2013
Whitney wrote:
I worked for Walmart for a few months and went in as a regular apparel associate for 7.95 and hour. Minimum wage went up 8.10 but I still made less than everyone else and they threw me around amongst other departments ALL THE TIME I would have different managers giving me seperate orders and although some people made good friends a lot of the employees didn't do their job and we all suffered from it. I made a few complaints. Especially being scheduled for the register more than my own area and getting paid less than the people doing the same thing I was. You get up to 38 hours a week if your lucky 40 hrs and you can get that Walmart in trouble. I loved it when I first started everyone seemed so nice and I made a lot of friends and learned a good amount about retail and products. But after several verbal abuses from managers and employees and my try to fix it. I quit. I've never worked at such a disrespectful place. Dont get a job to complain about it. Produce made almost 9.00 same for cashiers and grocery. Deli and night shift pays the most. I actually had a night shift a few times and worked on the trucks and freight it was pretty fun. Unloading and putting up freight isn't as hard but they can be sexist. But you get to wear jeans and listen to music lol.
You proved a good point. That even after verbal abuses from various managers-[too many is Never a good idea] it wasn't you..it was them. You went with the current tried to cooperate became fed up & still realized it wasn't you it was them. Walmarts across the country are being closed down for this type of behavior.
cargo mama

Beverly Hills, FL

#111 May 20, 2013
life is rough. att - you're right when you say that you never know what fate has in store for you. my motto: hope for the best but plan for the worst. i really wish that there were 'made in america' stores. i, for one, would try my best to shop there. as for walmart employees, it's shameful that such a large company doesn't offer much promise for its staff. everyone wants to feel empowered and appreciated.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#112 May 21, 2013
American stores are out there. The reason it's diffult is because, with the price of gas at $3.40 a gallon + the cost of delivery goes up. It has an effect on everyone to the point, where looking for work and travel time becomes a big problem. Politics can blame the price on rising oil costs, however at the same time government is decietful with the tax that is being paid. The $30 blue jeans, from Kohls will cost $60.00 and so on. We're told that this war will never be paidoff & thats where a good deal of tax money goes.
orca

Waxahachie, TX

#114 Jul 23, 2013
I just started at Walmart..$7.45 an hour for a 40 hour week....thinking if s second job to find to help boost finances to pay bills.
Bill

Daytona Beach, FL

#116 Sep 11, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>The employees fit the class of clientele that shop there!
Overheard at the coffee shop a week or so ago.
Woman that works in WalMart said they called in 10 job applicants for interview & drug testing, 9 took the paperwork and went to the drug test, out of 9 only 1 passed. The one that didn't take/sign the paperwork for the test is probably the smartest out of the lot as I'll bet'cha the paperwork said if you fail the drug test you will be bill for the test after signing the paperwork!

Oh and they wanna make pot legal in the state of Florida...
Lord Help Us!
Bmd

Akron, OH

#117 Oct 29, 2013
AAT wrote:
WOW..."ThomasA" and "let em go" I'll pray for your compassion for the less fortunate HUMANS on our earth.
FYI...I personally look for America made items. I used to be able to afford to buy American, can't do it much anymore. My life has changed because of illness in my family and greediness in my employer. While they walk around in their floor length fur coats (mind you, I wouldn't own a fur coat, regardless)and drive around in their BMW's and Mercedes' and Saabs...they come into an office, where the true hard workers spend their days AND for peanut wages, they are "let go" because the company can't afford to keep them any longer. Because you know, if they did keep the poor pheasants and paid them their pennies a day, the big wigs wouldn't get their bonus' for "their" hard work. I know because I've been there. The "dollar stores" are so busy these days for a reason. The reason is grown adults with responsibilities are being paid $7.45 an hour and are expected to pay household bills and buy food and clothing for families and just try to have money left over for expensive medications when health coverage isn't available for them. If you think that you're exempt from a terrible situation, think again. You may be faced someday with having to not only shop at Walmart or a dollar store but possibly work there, also. What a rude awakening that would be for either one of you. But...not to worry you may never be faced with that but rest assured you will face GOD someday...what will you say to him????
who is god?
Bmd

Akron, OH

#118 Oct 29, 2013
GOD who?
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#119 Oct 29, 2013
The News Journal reported that employee of Walmart on Granada Boulevard is a sex offender that worked in the toy department!
True

Fort Wayne, IN

#122 Nov 5, 2013
It's true he was arrested in Ormond Beach
Barry Lincoln

Saginaw, MI

#123 Dec 25, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>The employees fit the class of clientele that shop there!
You wouldn't know a multi-millionaire if you saw one. Oh,, no 3 piece suit? LMAO

WalMart is very convenient. Beats going to a Mall full of kids and thugs.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#125 Dec 26, 2013
Barry Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
You wouldn't know a multi-millionaire if you saw one. Oh,, no 3 piece suit? LMAO
WalMart is very convenient. Beats going to a Mall full of kids and thugs.
It's just a matter of curiosity to some degree. Why would you be bothered by the idea that someone under/or possibly over the age of 18 poses some type of threat because of the clothes that hey wear. You have stereo typed an entire generation into the thought that they have to carry a snub nose just to buy a pair of pants or a shirt. It isn't true. You sound more paranoid than anything, and you're tell other people that shopping in a variety of American stores is just a bad idea- which is a -bad-idea. Here's how it works. The price of gasoline effects the cost of delivery. The cost is past on to the consumer driving up the cost of a product. Walmart receives tax breaks. Walmart has also been rumored to receive over $100 million dollars in government funding according to the documentary The high cost of living at a low price. The price on your head is telling you how cheap you have let yourself become and the government control of spending is paying the way for you to think. Walmart's across America have been closed down thru protest for being un-American.
joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#126 Dec 26, 2013
American Stores still have sales. Advertising is not as widespread as it once was. But American stores still have goods and services at good prices.
rabdy

United States

#127 Apr 26, 2014
Joe wrote:
Top pay for a long term employee in a non management position would be $11.40 an hour.
UN true work for walmart 12 years I'm ics make 15 an hour.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#128 Apr 27, 2014
rabdy wrote:
<quoted text>UN true work for walmart 12 years I'm ics make 15 an hour.
On an hourly basis at $15 an hour in a position classified as stock boy working part time you're not making $15 an hour. Minus the taxes or the price of gas if' you need or even have transportation to get to work, it's reducing your hourly rate and creating an illusion. According to the documentary Walmart the high cost of living at a low price some of those employees [specific to those who have spoken on camera] spend money at Walmart believing that they are saving their money or getting more for less. In reality one particular Walmart store in Texas moved away from the taxing district to save money, causing harm to other tax payers. It took you 12 years to make $15 an hour under a controlled hourly wage as a stock boy! Their not doing you a favor. Even If' you worked full time you have the looming possibility of having your hour cut.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#129 May 5, 2014
Joe wrote:
<quoted text> On an hourly basis at $15 an hour in a position classified as stock boy working part time you're not making $15 an hour. Minus the taxes or the price of gas if' you need or even have transportation to get to work, it's reducing your hourly rate and creating an illusion. According to the documentary Walmart the high cost of living at a low price some of those employees [specific to those who have spoken on camera] spend money at Walmart believing that they are saving their money or getting more for less. In reality one particular Walmart store in Texas moved away from the taxing district to save money, causing harm to other tax payers. It took you 12 years to make $15 an hour under a controlled hourly wage as a stock boy! Their not doing you a favor. Even If' you worked full time you have the looming possibility of having your hour cut.
In 12 years, one should have explored ways to raise their worth to their employers as in further education, in house training or trade school. Sounds like this person is happy in the right lane of life staying in a slow moving line to their final destination instead of getting in the left fast lane and making their life go somewhere. If Walmart is their idea of a good life, then the $15.00 an hour is probably more than he's worth.

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