For the electronics sales associate job, some of the qualities and experiences they are generally looking for are candidates who have a good attitude who would be good with customer service as well as experience with basic technology that is sold and having knowledge on the subject. For example, they would like you to know a thing or two about which phone accessories correspond to each phone so that you can better serve the customers. Overall, be yourself, don't try to fake it and be something you aren't.
For your interview you should be very comfortable with Walmart values if you are to become a CSM. Greet, help, thank alongside the 10 foot rule are vital to ensuring our customers are happy with their visit. Being friendly is also important, but being knowledgeable is even more important. Know your store like the back of your hand, and be comfortable using the Walmart app and know about your services. Working as a Cashier, Self-Checkout Host, and working at Service desk will mean that at any one time you will know how to fix a problem that may occur at one of these positions.
Relax. These people interviewing you have been in your shoes at one time.
Show up 10 minutes early to your interview.
There are multiple departments that they can place you based off of your knowledge. Some are Toys, Technology, Gardening, Bakery, Produce, Front End, and Hunting Goods.
Bring a nice resume! Show up early! Be clean and wear at least business casual clothes. Make sure you know what positions you applied for and what hours and times you can work. My immediate boss screens as many as 6 people a month for our department, and most people fail interviews for lack of manners or snap. Be prepared to work at the company for at least 6 months , because that is when transfers and benefits kick in. Ask about how promotions work and how you might be trianed for powerlifting or auto center or anything you are interested in doing. Walmart helps people with university so if you are interested, ask about it.
Be able to answer any of their questions on spot so that you don’t have to hesitate and so that you won’t have to give the answer “I don’t know” also know the answers to questions like
• Why do you want to work at Walmart
• What situation have you been in where you’ve put the customer first
Also take a deep breath, the interview process isn’t as scary as you think just be social and not afraid to speak.
Be relaxed and honest in your interview you're going to be interviewed most likely at least twice. At least that's how mine went, after the second interview was finished I was told I had the job filled out some paperwork and headed to go get my drug test
Some good questions to ask as a Walmart Recruiter would be things involving teamwork and how well the person can work with others as well as how well they can do a task on their own. How are their communication skills when it comes to someone asking them a question about something they aren't entirely familiar with.
Interviewing for Walmart was a very simple process. Based on my experience, I would highly recommend highlighting any qualities that you feel you could apply working in customer service, because essentially, that is what you'll be working as a part of everyday. For example, you can mention your values and/or even explain how they influence your problem solving skills. Also, if you have any experience in customer service, of course, you should mention that.
When I went for my interview, I didn’t study company history and they didn’t ask me about it. You should have a good teamwork story to tell. They might ask you how you’d handle an irate customer. They’ll definitely ask you why you want to work at Walmart. More than one person interviewed me one by one, but each person asked the same questions for the most part. If you want some practice questions, you can look at the online application Walmart has. Just be prepared for scenario questions.