Overall Reviews at Sam's Club
Greeter | Worcester, MA | Jan 29, 2020
Sam's was very good to it's employees. The employees were good together and worked together even if they were in different departments.
I loved working there. I met alot of great people. Some I still am in touch with. They only thing I really saw that was wrong was the security could have been much better. Other than that, Sam's was awesome.
Inventory Manager | Raleigh-Durham, NC | Mar 7, 2021
Good people, but bad management. Especially from the top!
You will be worked to death with no loyalty returned. Literally nearly break for back for them, get layed off. Come back 3 months later, start from the bottom!
Laboratory Technician | Kenner, LA | Jan 10, 2020
Good place to work. Surrounded by very nice people to work with. There are different departments you can work at. I loved it. Worked well with your scheduling. Helped you with any situations you may have within the workplace. Make sure you are knowledgeable about importance of the club by testing within the months.
Cashier | Duluth, MN | Nov 23, 2019
Be wary of management
Was a decent place to work. Management is absolutely horrible. They just stand around and talk. If you need help, they get very snotty. Hours are all over the place. Don't get many one week and the next you live there.
Sales and Service Associate | Lansing, MI | Mar 4, 2020
Room for advancement
The company provided room for advancement. High preforming employees move up quickly and are given opportunities to join management or management equivalent positions.
Retail Sales Associate | Franklin, WI | Nov 27, 2019
Shady Management In a Typical Retail Setting
In my time at Sam's Club, managers would degrade employees in plain sight, there was constant favoritism which ruined advancement opportunities, the workplace was extremely negative and demanding, and the commute was definitely not worth the compensation.
Merchandiser | Carolina, PR | Nov 14, 2019
Good place to work
A place to grow professionally, a place to learn different types of duties. Sam's club is a good place to start a job experience and whith that used to escalate for better positions in the future.
Cashier, Member Order Specialist, and Overnight Receiving Associate | Orlando, FL | Oct 20, 2019
It all depends on how you handle the work you're given.
Cart Attendant | Houston, TX | Feb 10, 2020
They don't care about you. Period.
They are a company that treats their loyal workers as expendable. They don't care about your circumstances outside of work. They aren't flexible with the work schedule even though they say they are. Half the managers there don't help their workers but just chastise and criticize instead. They threaten their workers' job security. They accuse their workers' of not working hard enough when they very much are. If you live far away, the points system will be your achilles heels and they don't try to work wotrh their workers that live far away. There is often traffic and things out of my control but they didn't care. I worked all the holidays and they provide no extra benefits or incentives. And lastly, why would you attack and accuse a good hard worker that had EXCELLENT attendance and never missed a shift even when I was sick? Why would you let a manager that abuses her power write the worker description so she could add her two-cents to besmirch and sully your good name? Great job for followers, people that love being told what to do in a very rude manner, and don't mind when managers abuse their power and threaten your job security when they don't get their way even though they know they are in the wrong. THIS COMPANY DOES NOT CARE ABOUT YOU. You've been warned.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Greensboro, NC | Oct 16, 2019
Productive and fun
It was a good workplace. There was always something to do, and you won't get bored. The other associates were around my age group, which is 18-25. Which made it even better because there was always something to talk about between the co workers, which made it a fun place to work.