That's kind of a simple minded view of your cousin not being able to find a better job after 5 years of working at WM, don't you think? Kinda stupid. Makes no sense. What you should ask is, why? So it's WM fault not his? Did he advance himself and his abilities, capabilities, knowledge.. in those 5 years?? Did he move up and take on more responsibilities earn more important titles to put on his resume' or did he push carts for 5 years?
by USArms99 - 4 hours ago
You need to speak with a personnel rep at Sam's Club and find out what the benefits, wages, etc are at Sam's Club, compare them to what you receive now from Walmart and then make an informed decision.
by ROADRUNNER - 4 hours ago
Imo, Walmart is much better than Sam's Club. ^those people listed the reasons/
by Jeen_171 - 4 hours ago
I would transfer to Sam's club better benefits
by Crazy cat lady >^ ^< - 4 hours ago
I used to work at Sam's club. It's not really that great. I think they my have a larger variety of departments (meat, deli, ect) It was really odd to work in a warehouse enviroment. Kinda creppy!
by Ultimate Guitar Hero! - 4 hours ago
i personally think wal mart is better because it is cleaner and you can do everything at wal mart that you would do at sams. but it depends, will you get paid more? better hours?
by Daisy - 4 hours ago
my cousin worked at walmart for 5 years, after that, you would think hed be able to get a decent job somewhere right? 5 years of job experience. Other companies actually wouldnt hire him because they saw 5 years at walmart on his resume. They look at walmart employees as uneducated, unmotivated, and anyone who would work at walmart for 5 years, obviously has no ambition. Gotta love walmart!
by Foamy4President - 4 hours ago
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