are walmart stores too hot?

are walmart stores too hot?

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Mark Rosenkranz

Chicago, IL

#1 Jun 27, 2012
Do you think walmart stores are too hot? I do.
no reason to be hot

Tavares, FL

#2 Oct 8, 2012
one of the reasons the stores are hot is because they leave the cart doors open even all night long. the stockers are sweating, and a few of them smell pretty bad by morning.(bet the customers love that!) guess walmart does not care about the environment after all as all that cold air escapes the building instead of staying inside keeping everyone comfortable and the products in good shape. just think of all that bonus out the door too!
Flying Dutch

Providence, RI

#3 Sep 6, 2013
our break room is so hot i suspect the ventilation system is defective. the doors are kept closed because they are not allowed to be open per direction of the local fire department 'for safety reasons'. the temperature is stiffling and many people have bad colds. welcome to wal*mart.
David

Lumberton, NC

#4 Sep 15, 2013
ALL WalDumb stores all temperature controlled from Bentonville. They could care less about the temp of their stores, just revenue generated per day. They have a horrible maintenance schedule and is very seldom adhered to. I worked in one store for 16 months and was NEVER comfortable.
Guest999

Poplar Bluff, MO

#5 May 22, 2014
Bentonville keeps the air at 76. Call 1-800-wal-mart or send a complaint to CORPORATE at walmart.com they won't listen to the employees but maybe they will the customers if they voice their opinion enough. They recently took out the fans at the checkouts and now it's a real issue up there with the lack of air. Tell them to bring the fans back or you will stop shopping there. thanks.
Guest999

Poplar Bluff, MO

#6 May 22, 2014
kleaa

Julian, CA

#7 May 23, 2015
YES...all Walmart stores in San Diego are too warm! I purchased a thermostate recently and it read 80 degrees the entire 45 minutes I was shopping! Seriously people, bacteria thrives under warm conditions and this is a huge problem!!! It has been over 5 years now and its ridiculous... I truly feel sorry for the employees especially if this is cause for a health epedemic! I don't purchase perishables there for this reason!!
Brenda

Maxton, NC

#8 Jul 10, 2015
YES IT IS TOO HOT!!!
stocker 10-7

United States

#9 Jul 29, 2015
Mark Rosenkranz wrote:
Do you think walmart stores are too hot? I do.

Of course they are hot. As a night stocker we quickly learned at midnight, all temp control is turned off. Manager said if we wanted to cool off work dairy/ frozen. That's a real solution....
A/C is turned on at 5 am for customers. Try stocking and maintain "my guide" with sweat running down your face...and everywhere else. Managers are in air conditioned office.

Ain't equality wonderful?
shannon

Akron, OH

#10 Aug 4, 2015
Mark Rosenkranz wrote:
Do you think walmart stores are too hot? I do.
No I don't think they're hot. They're comfortable
shannon

Akron, OH

#11 Aug 4, 2015
I love walmart
Deb in Texas

Nederland, TX

#12 Jan 1, 2016
I love Walmart too, but for years, winter or summer, it's just too warm in there. Some years ago, My mother and I both had a low blood sugar at the same time, while shopping, cause the lows are often brought on by getting overheated. My grown daughter got sick the other day while she was shopping cause it was so warm in there. My husband had to go outside the store today, to cool off in the 48 degree temp. because he was dripping sweat inside. Go figure.
Xena

United States

#13 Jan 8, 2016
Brenda wrote:
YES IT IS TOO HOT!!!
Then DON'T shop @ Wal-Mart MORON!
Waldahl

United States

#14 Jan 8, 2016
Deb in Texas wrote:
I love Walmart too, but for years, winter or summer, it's just too warm in there. Some years ago, My mother and I both had a low blood sugar at the same time, while shopping, cause the lows are often brought on by getting overheated. My grown daughter got sick the other day while she was shopping cause it was so warm in there. My husband had to go outside the store today, to cool off in the 48 degree temp. because he was dripping sweat inside. Go figure.
Please just shut up or better yet shop some place else.
Garden

Arlington, TX

#15 Jul 10, 2016
Guest999 wrote:
Bentonville keeps the air at 76. Call 1-800-wal-mart or send a complaint to CORPORATE at walmart.com they won't listen to the employees but maybe they will the customers if they voice their opinion enough. They recently took out the fans at the checkouts and now it's a real issue up there with the lack of air. Tell them to bring the fans back or you will stop shopping there. thanks.
I called the CORPORATE Office today 7/10/2016.
Made a complaint that I became nauseated in their Neighborhood Store here in Arlington Texas, yesterday on 7/9/2016. The store temp was HOT and humid. Employees AND customers were sweating.
I pray that they do something about it.
Ulandar

United States

#16 Jul 12, 2016
Guest999 wrote:
Bentonville keeps the air at 76. Call 1-800-wal-mart or send a complaint to CORPORATE at walmart.com they won't listen to the employees but maybe they will the customers if they voice their opinion enough. They recently took out the fans at the checkouts and now it's a real issue up there with the lack of air. Tell them to bring the fans back or you will stop shopping there. thanks.
Wal-Mart doesn't care if you're hot/cold. You'll only be in there 15-45 minutes to buy your beer & tampons.
Ulandar

United States

#17 Jul 12, 2016
Deb in Texas wrote:
I love Walmart too, but for years, winter or summer, it's just too warm in there. Some years ago, My mother and I both had a low blood sugar at the same time, while shopping, cause the lows are often brought on by getting overheated. My grown daughter got sick the other day while she was shopping cause it was so warm in there. My husband had to go outside the store today, to cool off in the 48 degree temp. because he was dripping sweat inside. Go figure.
So don't shop there IDIOT.
RGeorgeDunn

Sterling, MI

#18 Dec 16, 2016
Your workers can wear sweaters to work, but your customers come in from the winter cold in your northern stores dressed for below freezing. They are overheating and getting respiratory problems from being so warm. 60 or 65 degrees is plenty warm. Besides, I though you guys are against producing carbon, which is dumb by the way.
Qualmar

United States

#19 Dec 16, 2016
no reason to be hot wrote:
one of the reasons the stores are hot is because they leave the cart doors open even all night long. the stockers are sweating, and a few of them smell pretty bad by morning.(bet the customers love that!) guess walmart does not care about the environment after all as all that cold air escapes the building instead of staying inside keeping everyone comfortable and the products in good shape. just think of all that bonus out the door too!
I work I Wal-Mart in Chicago. It's Cold & we close our doors. Our Christmas tree break like kindling from the cold. We have 4 ft piles of snow in parking lot. I am glad when I work. Store is warmer then my apartment. We get day old food from deli.
Shalizar

Louisville, CO

#20 Dec 18, 2016
Qualmar wrote:
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I work I Wal-Mart in Chicago. It's Cold & we close our doors. Our Christmas tree break like kindling from the cold. We have 4 ft piles of snow in parking lot. I am glad when I work. Store is warmer then my apartment. We get day old food from deli.
I work Wal-Mart in Buffalo, NY & store is warmer then staying in my Apartment. Wal-Mart customers like it warm too

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