Anyone know what are some good questions to ask a Walmart recruiter at a career fair?

Anyone know what are some good questions to ask a Walmart recruiter at a career fair?
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z 9
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Customer Service Manager at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
This leads me to my question I would ask a recruiter for Walmart – How closely does your store follow One Best Way and how closely does management monitor and correct the new Computer-Generated schedules?
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Associate at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
Career fairs are hard because you often have very little time. Ask things like how the recruiter feels about their store culture, what they like about their job or area of the store, how they feel about their ability to advance. Make sure you understand, it IS a retail job. And often physically demanding. But each store has an attitude and you want to get an understanding of that.
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Courtesy Clerk at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
How easy is it to move up in the company? What benefits does the company offer me as a student? Will my work schedule be flexible with my school schedule? What is the hourly wage?
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Cashier at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
Ask how flexible they can be with your schedule, if you're going to work there while in semester make sure they know very clearly school comes first and you'll need some extra leeway when finals come around. Try and see what the job will pay, put it out there that you're a student and making money is going to be important to help pay for books and living expenses.
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Cashier at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
I would definitely ask about hours, pay, and responsibilities. Get to know what they expect from you.
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Sales Associate at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
Questions to ask walmart at a recruiting fair would probably be questions about the company or about your interviewer, such as how long have you worked for the company?
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Associate at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
a. How hard is it to move up. (depending on if they want to make a career out of it) b. How often would you need me to work? c. How often can you move departments if you do not like where you are, or want more experience
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Former Cashier at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
Some good questions would be how many customer service managers do they usually have working on a regular day. Also ask about their late/absence policy.
2018-08-09T21:40:08Z

Department Manager at Walmart

almost 2 years ago
My best advice on this would be to ask them about current staffing levels in their store and or specific departments. This has been one of the biggest factors in changing the moral of the team and the work load pet associate.
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