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    Retail (Non-automotive)

The Wal-Mart Difference

Our company employs more than one million Associates world-wide and is always recruiting talent to fill the needs of a continuously growing business. Through sourcing of Hourly and Temporary talent, our company fulfills its business needs, and at the same time, provides you with a starting point for a potentially successful, long-term career with a company.

You can potentially be exposed to many areas of our company. Take this opportunity to learn about our company, increase your skill set and learn how you can make a difference within the company. Full-Time, Peak-Time or Temporary talent is a valuable source for future leadership within our company. In fact, more than 76% of our Management Associates began their career as Hourly Associates.

Take a moment to explore the many different career opportunities and health care benefits where you can apply your skills to realize your goals here at Wal-Mart.

 

Culture:

As one of the world's largest companies, the job opportunities at Wal-Mart are unlimited.  As our 1.9 million associates can attest, working for Wal-Mart is the chance to be a part of a company unlike any other in the world. It’s more than a job; it’s a place to develop your skills and build a career with competitive pay and health benefits for you and your family.

To work for Wal-Mart is to be welcomed into a diverse family, where the individual contributions of every associate are respected and valued. Above all, it’s an opportunity to join a team 1.9 million strong who is helping the world live better every day.

We do this by saving our customers money on the things they need for their families, their homes and their businesses. We do it by reaching out and giving back to the communities where our customers and our associates live. And we do it by working together to solve some of the biggest challenges facing our world today, like the environment, energy and health care.  Take a moment to explore how you can help millions of people live better every day.

The corporate culture of Wal-Mart is one of the biggest contributing factors that make it one of the world's most admired companies. When Sam Walton founded the company, he instilled in his people and his business a belief system that is still very much in place today.

From the three basic beliefs to the sundown rule, we respect our customers, Associates and suppliers and strive to treat them as we ourselves want to be treated. In building and nurturing these relationships, as well as serving the communities where we live, we've helped build a better business-one committed to excellence.

Diversity:

"The Courage to lead and do what is right" — Sam M. Walton

Diversity doesn't just happen. Just saying we are committed to diversity is not enough; we must put in place the right systems, processes and leadership to make it happen.

The philosophy that drives diversity at Wal-Mart is a natural extension of our core beliefs: "Respect for the Individual," "Service to the Customer" and "Strive for Excellence".

Our commitment to diversity remains strong and as part of our continuing efforts to become a leader in diversity we will:

  • Continue to ensure that our hiring represents the diversity of our communities, and grow the percentage of women and minorities in our management ranks.
  • Increase outreach to colleges and universities with large diverse enrollments.
  • Continue to hold officers financially accountable, by tying officer incentive bonuses to the achievement of diversity goals, including mentoring and participation in diverse organizations.
  • Increase the amount of business we do with minority companies, using our size and leverage to create companies of significant size and stature.

It is important that we be a company that is much more transparent, with respect to employment data. To that end, we will release information on the gender and racial makeup of our workforce on a regular basis. We have included a series of charts in this year's report of accomplishments that provide a snapshot of our total corporation, including Wal-Mart stores and Sam's Club.

We take pride in our efforts and accomplishments. We pledge our full support to equal employment opportunities for all qualified people, regardless of race, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, veteran status, martial status or any other legally protected status.

Our commitment can be seen at all levels of the organization. We are measuring our progress, and we are committed to success.

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