What is the interview process at Walmart?

Want to know about Walmart? Keep on reading.

Interview Process at Walmart

  • Learn about the Company
  • Review the Job Description
  • Do your Research
  • Visit a Walmart store
  • Understand the Interview Process
  • Score Success in First Five Minutes

1. Learn about the Company

2. Review the Job Description

3. Do your Research

4. Visit a Walmart store

5. Understand the Interview Process

6. Score Success in First Five Minutes

How to crack Walmart Interviews?

1. Prepare for some Common Interview Questions

  • Why should we hire you?
  • Give a brief introduction about yourself.
  • What motivates you the most?
  • Highlight your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Why you are looking for a job change?
  • Where do you see yourself in the coming 5 years?

2. Be ready to tackle inappropriate Questions

3. Line up your questions for an interviewer

  • What will be my day-to-day responsibilities towards this job?
  • On what basis performance is measured in Walmart and by whom?
  • Could you give me a brief about your organizational structure?
  • Which software you are using?
  • What strategies do you opt to achieve a particular objective?

4. Decide on your interview dress

5. End your interview with a good impression

  • Be polite and allow the interview to end on time.
  • You still have a chance to tell about your strengths and weakness if not done earlier.
  • If you want a job for some of your personal reasons, say it.
  • Tell them about your accomplishment that fits that particular role.
  • Ask them if there will be additional interviews round.
  • Ask them about your areas that need improvement.
  • Don’t forget to send a thank you email or letter after the interviewer.

6. Follow up and don’t give up

7. Some Bonus Tips to crack Walmart interviews

  • Before your turn comes, switch off your mobiles or put it on silent mode. If in case you are getting an urgent call speak in a very soft and low tone.
  • Sit with some patience in the waiting area. Roaming around in the office area leaves a negative impression.
  • Don’t get personal with the interviewer, HR Staff, and any employee.
  • Don’t stretch any answer too long. Keep them short and simple.
  • Don’t be negative about your previous company and role.
  • If you don’t know the answer don’t waste interviewer time, just say you don’t know. If in case you want some minutes to collect your thoughts then its fine to ask the interviewer for some time.




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Full Stack Developer from India having 8+ year experience https://www.bestinterviewquestion.com

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