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WalMart, Cashier Job Review and Interview

Listed in Grocery | Retail
February 15, 2011
4 Star Rating Review by WalMart Cashier

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Very demanding job with knowledge of cash handling skills and customer service skills a must!

WalMart Cashier, in Taylor, Michigan

Cashier Job Description

To be a cashier at the company you had to have prior knowledge of cash handling procedures and how to work with customers. Customer service is and always will be a high priority of Wal-Mart where the customer is always first. Fast, friendly, and courteous is the goal of success at Wal-mart.
Education High School | Management High Quality | Stress High Stress

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WalMart Interview Questions

You had a total of three interviews, starting with the cashier manager. She asked about previous job experience and got a feel for your personality. The second interview (which was done on the same day) is with the assistant manager. This interview went into more detail of prior experience and what you hope to get out of the position and your goals with the company. Your last interview is with the store manager, which he asks also in more detail on your prior experience. Then the store manager asks about your availability and work expectations from the company. You are to dress nice and professional for these interviews. I would never have done anything different.

Salary and Benefits
Salary - WalMart, Cashier is $10/Hourly.
You were able to get a profit share of what your store made after you had worked there for 6 months. Also healthcare is available after working there 18 months part-time and immediately for full-time employees. You were also benefited with buying stock of the company for as low as $1.00 a share.

Working Conditions
The atmosphere was nice but hectic. Working at the Taylor, Michigan Wal-Mart you learn to find out that this is one of the busiest stores. The store always made me feel safe and there was never any negative attitudes toward employers. I do not think that anything would need to be done to improve the workplace.

Physical Requirements
Working at Wal-mart as a cashier, you are on your feet constantly and have to deal with heavy lifting from time to time depending on the customers items. You do a lot of back work, in which the store provides support for your back if needed.

Other WalMart Job Information
There are also certain requirements from time to time that the employees have to take computer classes in order to keep updated on items, such as safety procedures and laws. This is very important for the workplace.

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