Walmart deli


2020.06.26 23:39 cseamunchkin Walmartdelivery

Community for those who deliver for Walmart and those who order from Walmart delivery service. 1. Don't spam 2. Don't be a dick This group didn't exist and I saw a need for it so here it is 🤩

2014.06.24 19:28 greatgerm Funny antics for those that work in grocery stores


2011.04.01 01:51 armoreddillo Wal-Mart

Mostly just Walmart stuff.

2023.06.09 22:58 D_bag79 AOT x Walmart

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2023.06.05 18:20 wishperson Please do not use stores as “exposure therapy” for your reactive dogs.

Backstory: 2021 I was working at Meijer (Walmart for the midwest), stocking in the deli. We had a service dog policy but we were a small store and casual about it as long as they behaved. At this point I was a self-identified animal lover, so when a man was browsing the produce next to me with his lovely pitbull I didn’t flinch. I made eye contact, something you shouldn’t do with dogs, and went back to what I was doing. The SECOND the owner pulled away, the dog latched onto the hood of my sweatshirt. The next part happened extremely fast, the owner yanked his dog back, thus yanking me back with it because at this point it had a chunk of my hair in its mouth. He started PUNCHING IT IN THE FACE until it let go.
Fast forward to today: I work(ed) at Dollar Tree. They have the exact same service dog policy, but even MORE laid back because of the smaller staff. I was kneeling down stocking near the register when a guy and his swollen benign tumor of a dog stand directly behind me to check out. My heart is pounding, so I veeeerrrry slowly stand up to grab a different box. He must have picked up on my anxiety because he says “It’s okay honey! She’s safe!” I’ve heard that before… When I open my mouth to respond the dog starts to growl, and I just about shit my pants. I am never working somewhere with dogs again. I think this is becoming a phobia.
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2023.06.04 15:30 throwaway1999000 Suddenly everything makes sense

This is the first time I've ever heard of AFRID.
My grandpa is 91 and on the spectrum, but we don't have diagnosis because back then you were just "smart". He's always been on food kicks/jumping from one organic food to the next. Suoer picky, only eats organic.
My mom never felt like she could "eat good enough" or "the right things" and has OCD.
My older brother and I are on the spectrum and I have OCD as well. My brother was always "picky" whereas I ate most things.
Didn't like the normal kid stuff like spinach, brussel sprouts, ect.
But after choking on some stuff and getting older, I've become a lot more regimented in what I eat. I'm at a healthy weight, but I cannot shake this love of preprocessed carbs I have.
For breakfast, I normally have a hostess thing of cupcakes or a lil Debbie donuts. Its a snack portion so like 420cal and fine in moderation, but I am struggling to get the fats/proteins I need.
I don't have a tone of "aversions" (except coconut. HATE coconut flakes, makes my mouth itchy and stuck in my throat) and nuts. Like, I love walnuts and oatmeal but also they get stuck in my throat and bug me.
But anyways, this explain my habit of "planning" my foods. Which is mostly me going to Walmart and buying prepackaged deli sandwiches, pasta dishes and frozen meals that look good to eat throughout the week.
Just glad there's a name for this, I guess. I don't really have much I want to get "treated" for (my BMI is actually just barely in the overweight range, and I am in therapy for OCD and have gotten much better about my choking phobias and will now eat things I feared like shrimp because it's tasty).
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2023.06.01 15:58 Ok_Substance9312 Coaches playing favorites and Idk how much longer I can do this

TLDR; Coach is favoring people and giving some people time off when she’s not supposed to and leaving other people to be stressed out, but not allowing said stressed worker to have one day off.
I’ve been working at Walmart for about a year and a half now. When I started I was a 2nd shift bakery/deli associate and there were two cake decorators, one who had been there 15 years and the other who had been there 3. In about mid November of 2022, The decorator of 15 years retired and the decorator of 3 years began training me to decorate. The week of Christmas that year, she took off for the entire week and left me with all of her orders after having only a month of experience. The deli TL asked our store manager if we would have another decorator coming in to help us and it turns out that he was unaware that our Coach had accepted the decorator’s week off knowing that it was 1.) an entire event week and 2.) i had practically no experience decorating. Fast forward to the past couple months. This decorator has taken off two different weeks, and has left me to deal with all of her orders during graduation season. The decorator’s time off was approved by the same coach that approved hers around Christmas. Yes, I have alittle more experience now but nowhere close to as much experience as she has. Those two weeks I have come in early, come in on my days off, come in on holidays, and overall just stressed myself out doing orders. I’m also the only person in bakery 2nd shift, so I’m responsible for making sure all freight gets done as well as all the orders. On memorial day, I had 8 orders to do (because the cake decorator was on vacation) and in the middle of me doing said orders, the coach called me back to her office and yelled at me because the floor was empty. I told her I would do my best but that I had alot on my plate and would appreciate some help, but she told me that it’s nobody’s responsibility but mine to make sure the floor is stocked. I always ask her if we can hire somebody else 2nd shift bakery so I’m not alone (especially on holidays) but I’m always told that we “don’t need the help”, despite me struggling to do two people’s jobs at once. My breaking point is that last week (May 25th) I put in PTO for ONE DAY OFF on August 13th and it got rejected because there’s “No Coverage”. I understand that no coverage is what they’re supposed to put, but how is it fair that the experienced cake decorator is allowed to have weeks off at a time and leave me, the unexperienced cake decorator, with all her orders during the busiest time of the year; but the inexperienced cake decorator isn’t allowed to have one day off because there’s “no coverage”. This specific coach has always seemed to have a problem with me; Always picking on me, favoring others over me, making others stop their job just so I can resume what they were doing, reaming me out when I can’t do 2 jobs at once. I want to report to ethics but I don’t know how the process works and I dont want her to find out it’s me despite submitting anonymously since our store is so small.
Am I missing something here? Is this normal behavior?
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2023.05.31 06:27 Halesbells004 Faith Restored

So, I just got back to TN where I’m originally from. Monday I turned my stuff into the Walmart I left from. Before I left out today, I stopped at the first store I was at to say goodbye to a few great people I met in the bakery and deli, and let me tell you, the SECOND I walked in that door, I remembered there was a time i didn’t actually hate this job. When I tell you that people make the difference, that’s not a lie. I said goodbye to that SM and she said I was welcome back if I moved back, said goodbye to and hugged my old coach as well as my TL, and said goodbye and hugged a bunch of wonderful associates. I was there for such a short time, but I’m telling y’all, if you have great coworkers, management included, it makes the world of difference working for this company. Hope the best to the rest of y’all that are still here, and I hope you all have a store full of people like the first store I worked at ❤️
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2023.05.31 02:54 Background-Pin-473 Best department at Walmart

I am currently in the Deli! It is horrible, no one follows procedures. I try and do the work correctly and get scolded at. New Team Lead is awesome, but always pulled pulled to other departments. Been at Walmart for 1.5 weeks and I am having a hard time.
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2023.05.30 12:21 Personal-Monk-9287 Walmart Pinpoints and Price Changes

Hello! I work at a Walmart neighborhood market as the Deli/Bakery Academy Trainer. I wanted to ask if anyone knew if team associates can do price changes and pinpoints. I would like to know because the day before yesterday while I was at work, I told a Meat/Produce associate if they can do ONE price change whenever she had a minute. Mind you, I was swamped in the bakery with no help, and we currently don’t have a meat/produce academy trainer nor was our team lead there. The associate had no problem doing the task and decided to go ahead and get it over with. Not even a second after she prints the label, one of our operations manager comes by and blows up on her for doing so. Not only that but she came to me telling me associates aren’t suppose to do price changes or pinpoints. Only team leads and academy trainers when even though she herself did them yesterday and a lot of other team associates has been doing them this whole time. I honestly feel like this manager has something against me and the associate because she only comes to us reckless. She fussed at me telling about all the things she had to (which I already knew) but I told her (how is a 7 second task gonna interfere with her 5hr tasks) cause the girl moves fast and she is an AMAZING worker. This situation bothered me for the longest with also several others dealing with this op that does nothing all day but pretends to touch zone but just ease drop on everyone conversations(this woman does absolutely shit all day). My question is, are team associates allowed to do pinpoints and price changes?
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2023.05.29 18:30 lollita234 Soreness from working deli, any similar experiences?

Well, I've been working in the Deli for two years on the night shift and well, lately I starting to felt very sore in my legs, knees, arms and back for all the deep cleaning, cooking and slicing we do. I know this normal and expected for cleaning and that other apartments have it worse.
So tell me your experiences, how you manage to deal with soreness and which apartments you been would be the heaviest (physically) for walmart?
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2023.05.28 03:57 Sirius_Giggles Jump from Walmart to Sheetz

Hey Guys, I currently work in a Walmart deli and I am thinking about getting at least at second job at Sheetz. I feel as if since I have decent background in food I probably will be on the MTOs. Anyone know what the switch will be like or give me some ideas as to what I can expect?
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2023.05.28 01:48 NavalCracker780 Nursing or Tech career? Tx

Nursing or Tech career
I'm located in Houston.
Having a life career crisis. 36/m
For the past 10-15yrs I've been having goals never reaching them, or even applying.
I'm at a point where I'm down and feel hopeless, but not out yet.
I exited high school, and went straight to college to start for a nursing degree (don't know why, didn't have any interest just needed to do something)
College wasn't interesting to me, it was great, but I wasn't very focused.
So I continued to work, then life happened.
I had a kid at 26, and was making decent money. But nothing I could vacation on. Retail has been my greatest career accomplished.
I get burnt out every now and then, and get a burst of "I'm going to change this right now!" And it goes good for a day or maybe a week. And then time passes and the feeling of nothing happening overcomes me and then I feel stuck. (This happens a lot).
A few years ago I was doing really good, and decided to go out, and clear my debt to school, and get that in order to pursue in nursing again. Everything was going great! I did it! I'm 0-debt free and can apply for classes again, I felt accomplished! What a great feeling!
Then I had to apply for classes, and that would take time... So then the feeling of nothing happening hits again.... Back to clocking in at work.
Tried looking for jobs that pay more then what I'm getting paid now, but can't find anything, everything is just 18-20/hr... Not enough to live, bills, car note, kids, rent, etc.
I should be grateful for what I have, and I am! But it's not enough, I feel like my mother, who was single, and only had to take care of me, did way better of a job at this life thing, and she was just working at a deli shop, I had everything! I had a wonderful childhood and a nice place to live. Or maybe she hid the struggle more then I could ever see. But she was always home when I was home, and I just can't understand how the whole life an career thing can work, or maybe I'm just too deep I to this retail dead end job I have.
Anyways, life goes on. I cleared my school debt and I'm free to sign up and actually pursue a nursing education for a better self eventually, and I actually have the drive now more then ever. Just need to actually DO something now.
But a about 6 years ago, I bought a Mike Meyers A+ Cert study book. And it's a definitely outdated now, my goal was to get a A+ Cert, easy if I actually did it.
But the draw back to that, is that the jobs I'm seeing are not good paying jobs, and I know for an entry lvl I'm not shooting for amazing multi million salaries options. I just want a decent 60-70k. Something I can't live off of with my family.
I don't want to do this retail anymore, it's literally soul sucking.
Tl;Dr Pretty much don't know what to choose pursue in Nursing, because Houston has the best hospitals in the country. Or Tech, figure something out and explore my options.
I like helping people, I like retail in the aspect of consulting with customers, recommending then products, and directing them to what could be best for them. I love the feeling when they get service that's the best. I have a lot of respect for retail, but the way companies are ruining if for the customers is the worst.
I tell everyone, and my favorite thing to let people know... Is that customer service is the foundation to any job that their going to have. Rather you're a custodian, cashier at Walmart, or even the president of the United States. You could be a doctor, a plumber, or a tech startup in silicon valley. Anything that you do, is going to be customer service. So it's your job to be nice to people, and to help. That's the service I want to give. In everyday life.
Sorry for the rant, but this is just something that I've never let out before, thnx :/
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2023.05.28 01:28 Bvcxz322 Ridiculous prices!

So I used to work at HyVee and haven't been in for a while. I usually shop at Walmart instead haha. But since HyVee is closer and I just needed a couple things I ran in quickly. I looked at the fruit trays and prepackaged salads from the deli like pasta and oreo fluff, etc. I could not believe my eyes when I saw a simple fruit tray was $26 and a medium sized thing of Oreo fluff was $16. Broccoli salad was around $14 and a small thing of pasta salad was over $8. Does anyone actually pay those prices for those items? Just seems way to overpriced for me.
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2023.05.27 21:22 Halesbells004 Done

Well, I was going to make my last day Monday, but mentally I can’t do it anymore y’all, so I’ve just been calling in and using whatever PPTO I have. I’m moving back home to TN and going back to call center work which I actually really enjoy personally. I had no issues with the first store I worked at, but the store I transferred to (all down here in the low country) killed me mentally. It started when I started in produce (coming from deli at my old store) and there was a girl who used to be an O/N TL that demoted herself to associate but still wore her TL badge and literally just yelled at me for anything and everything my first few days there and wouldn’t let me do my CBLs or train me so I was so clueless on what to do. She went off on me in front of all O/N once because I left early the day before (because she yelled at me for something else and I was just not here for it) and she never knew how to speak to me in a calm and professional manner. That was my first issue. Then I was offered to move back to deli (thank god) where I was still more frustrated than my old store because we were so understaffed but at least I had a clue what I was doing which made it not nearly as bad. But the icing on the cake that I have been sitting on the entire rest of the time……..we had an incident at our store that caused a customer to die. No fault of the store. I walked out for lunch right after the incident happened and witnessed all of the after math. I know a store isn’t going to shut down because a customer died on the property, but just knowing the customer was there while we continued business as usual made me feel shitty for that customer and their family…….I’ve dwelled on it since 😭😭😭😭 lastly, the thing that has really pissed me off……..our store has no problem with serving out of date (like, per the packaging label) food to customers……..I’ve worked food before in restaurants, I never participated in this, but watched as my coworkers did with compliant TL. I’d probably leave Walmart with a much better POV if I had never left my first store, but this store really just left a bad taste of Walmart in my mouth, and is why I refused to transfer to one back home in TN, because what if I end up at one much worse than this one? Any way, I still plan to hang in this sub because y’all are a cool bunch of people, and I really wish you all the best in your continued journey with Walmart. Once again, it’s nothing personal about Walmart, it’s just really this one store that ruined it for me 😭😭😭
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2023.05.27 19:36 sawfan2013 🧍🏻‍♀️

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2023.05.27 19:05 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in SC Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Fast Food Restaurant Shift Manager Anderson
Texas Roadhouse Hostess Anderson
Encompass Health RN Beaufort
Kimberly-Clark Product Development Engineer Beech Island
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Diner Manager Belton
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Restaurant Manager Belton
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Fast Food Restaurant Shift Manager Belton
GHR Travel Nursing SDU Nurse Columbia
Pampered Pets Mobile Resort Animal Groomer Conway
Cortech BDC Assistant Fort Mill
Cortech Administrative Assistant Fort Mill
TMX Finance Site Manager Goose Creek
Groucho's Deli Back Line Cook Greenville
Jobot Pedodontist Greenwood
Berkeley County School District Child Speech Therapist Moncks Corner
Oculus Search Partners HR Generalist Orangeburg
IntelyCare RN Piedmont
IntelyCare Registered Nurse (RN) Piedmont
Cortech Administrative Assistant Rock Hill
Penske Truck Leasing Diesel Mechanic Spartanburg
DaVita RN Sumter
Epic Travel Staffing Physiotherapist Sumter
Walmart Food & Grocery Hardeeville
Walmart Shopper Hardeeville
Walmart Delivery Person Hardeeville
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.26 16:37 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in SC Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Texas Roadhouse Hostess Anderson
PruittHealth PRN Physical Therapist Assistant - Bamberg Bamberg
Kimberly-Clark Product Development Engineer Beech Island
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Fast Food Restaurant Shift Manager Belton
Oculus Search Partners Structural Project Engineer Columbia
Pampered Pets Mobile Resort Animal Groomer Conway
TMX Finance Site Manager Goose Creek
Groucho's Deli Back Line Cook Greenville
Jobot Pedodontist Greenwood
Triage Services Travel RN Hilton Head Island
The Lincoln Electric Company Machine Operator--3rd Shift Ladson
Berkeley County School District Child Speech Therapist Moncks Corner
Oculus Search Partners HR Generalist Orangeburg
O'Reilly Auto Parts Assistant Store Manager Seneca
Penske Truck Leasing Diesel Mechanic Spartanburg
CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Fast Food Restaurant Team Member (H01692) Walhalla
Allied Universal® Security Guard - Temporary Charleston
Walmart Shopper Hardeeville
Walmart Janitor Hardeeville
Walmart Food & Grocery Hardeeville
Walmart Cashier & Front End Services Hilton Head Island
Walmart Retail Team Member Hilton Head Island
Walmart In-Store Shopper Mount Pleasant
Walmart Online Order Filler Mount Pleasant
Walmart Retail Associates Mount Pleasant
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.26 01:37 onimush115 Carnival Magic 5 day Cruise from Norfolk, VA Impressions

My wife an I have been on 5 cruises int he past, all pre pandemic, and all with Norwegian. We recently moved to NC and live within a 2 hour drive to the Norfolk VA port. When I saw Carnival does cruises from that port, I booked one figuring we would give them a shot since being close to home it's just so much more convenient than flying to Florida. I had high hopes for it being a good cruise, hoping it could turn into our new home port. We booked a 5 night itinerary on the Carnival Magic, with stops in Bimini and Freeport. I paid $2200 for a balcony room. For anyone interested here are my impressions:
We opted not to park in Norfolk. I had read reviews about cars getting broken into in the Carnival parking lot (it's supposedly since had improved security) and decided to get dropped off at the port. Once we arrived it was pretty apparent this was going to be a different experience than the big ports that run 7 days a week. It just seemed under staffed and disorganized. I was used to Miami and Tampa where everything just felt much more streamlined. Security seemed nearly non existent, none of the added things I had read about like dogs or more staff, just the standard metal detector.
The ship:
The difference is in the details. Lots of rust streaking on the outside of the ship, overall it just looked dingey. In our room there was dust on the ceiling vents, cabinets were chipped, some drawers had broken tracks. The bathroom door had a broken piston on the door so it would swing around (this did get fixed mid trip). The chairs on the balcony were bubbling and rusting. Lights took a long time to come on and some switches just didn't do anything.Though the ship was built in 2011 it looked like it was themed in the mid 90's. Gold and chrome everywhere, mirrors and the ugliest green dome lights lined the atrium. Whoever picked those out loved them because they put them absolutely everywhere. It was comically ugly.On the decks the chairs were in varying condition, some were new, but some were worn and and in need of replacement. One thing I did appreciate though was just the overall amount of seating. All throughout the interior of the ship and around the outside decks there was never any shortage of places to sit and relax.
This needed it's own category just because of how bad it was. I don't know if Carnival just has a nonexistent budget for licensing, but the music playing around the ship was bizarre for a Caribbean vacation. They mostly played 70's/80's rock music/pop. I was expecting more stuff that would just sort of set the theme of the vacation, like maybe island music in the lido buffet instead of Quiet Riot lol.The tv in the room had like 8 channels, 2 of which were movie channels. Most of the movies being played were not recent and many I had never heard of. They played some new movies on the screen by the pool, but even those they repeated. Other than that they had HGTV, Discovery and Food network, and a music video channel playing 80's music videos. It seemed to be the same 10 videos on loop.
The food:
The buffet food ranged from okay to gross. Usually we stuck with the salad bar because it's hard to mess that up. They had a "Deli" with "hand carved" sandwiches. I tried the Ruben only to find out it was a pre-made sandwich taken out of a drawer and put into a convection oven. It came out as a soggy melted mess with no thousand island dressing or sour kraut and ended up going uneaten. The Guy's Burger Bar and Guy's Pig and Anchor didn't really look like anything great. The burgers just looked like a backyard bbq burger. The free pizza option on board was surprisingly good and we had that a couple of times for lunch. Eating in the MDR was okay, the food was fine, but nothing great. The real disappointment was that the menu hardly changed, it seemed to only mix up one or two entrees.
We ate at both paid dining options. The Prime Steakhouse ($42 pp) and Cucina Del Capitano ($18 pp). Both of those were actually really good. I understand why people may not like the up charge options, but I enjoy them as an option to get a better meal. I actually wished they had more than the two options on board.
Disembarking at the islands:
This was a real mess. I was used to how Norwegian would handle this with assigned groups depending on what excursions you had booked. It would control the flow of people trying to leave the ship. Carnival pretty much just pulled up, opened the door and said "have fun" which resulted in standing in lines in hot stairwells for over an hour. We even waited quite a while before attempting to leave in Bimini since we had no excursions planned and still got caught in it. People were getting hot and grumpy and staff just seemed confused.
The Passengers:
Now I've heard Carnival get called "The Walmart of the seas" and I now know why. People were just rude and not well behaved overall. You could be waiting for an elevator and as soon as one opens someone will run right in front of you to get on. People would leave trash/drinks everywhere, like in elevators. I witnessed multiple couples fighting in public areas, you could hear people fighting in their cabins. No general respect for other passengers, adults running up hallways yelling at night/early morning (kids I could understand), slamming cabin/balcony doors constantly. I saw multiple people banging on doors to venues that were closed. People had their shoes off with bare feet up on furniture in the indoor seating areas. Guys with no shirts in dining areas, and all I could think about was the amount of body hair that may be dropping off them lol. People were being rude to staff and just giving them an attitude all the time.It just seemed like people didn't know how to behave in a public setting. I saw one guy wearing as shirt that said something about making women cum, another person had one on advertising a bail bonds company, it represented my local Walmart pretty accurately.
The staff:
The staff was excellent. Everyone was so nice and gracious. Never had an issue once with a staff member all week. The cruise director was fun and entertaining. They did seem a bit short staffed if anything, which sucks for the staff that is there. Cost cutting by the company will get taken out on them, but I think that is a trend industry wide at the moment unfortunately.
Overall the vacation was not a complete bust. If anything some of the downfalls made it kind of funny, so we just laughed about it. Like I said we enjoyed our specialty meals, so that worked out. The lobby entertainment like the violinist and solo guitar player were really good, so we enjoyed evenings in that area just getting drinks and listening to the music. It was worth it to experience another cruise line, but we won't be going back. There are too many other options to waste another trip on Carnival. We have a 5 day trip booked on the Disney Dream in January. We will see how that goes, otherwise it will be back to Norwegian since we've yet to have a bad experience there. I may get called snobby, but I think I wouldn't go on Carnival for the same reasons I wouldn't stay in an Econolodge or Super 8.
TLDR: Tried Carnival for the first time since it has a port close to home. It really is like the Walmart of the seas and you get what you pay for I guess. It was our first and last time sailing with Carnival.
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2023.05.24 12:02 iwaspoisoned-com Walmart - Pueblo, Colorado - For the past few weeks it was raining through here ceiling and it was really bad inside the deli kitchen, I work over nights and the deli kitchen is disgusting but since it's hard to make my own lunch in the morning I eat what it... #walmart

Walmart - Pueblo, Colorado - For the past few weeks it was raining through here ceiling and it was really bad inside the deli kitchen, I work over nights and the deli kitchen is disgusting but since it's hard to make my own lunch in the morning I eat what it... #walmart
For the past few weeks it was raining through here ceiling and it was really bad inside the deli kitchen, I work over nights and the deli kitchen is disgusting but since it's hard to make my own lunch in the morning I eat what it has and every single time I eat anything from there for the past month I get sick.
Read full report here
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2023.05.24 03:03 RADB1LL_ I’m really getting sick of walmart..

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2023.05.22 09:23 GhostChamele Text for a Deli interview

Hey y'all I've been back and forth with Walmart since 2017. Currently I work at a Kroger store which is okay. I'm a cashier there and I love my coworkers but management has been making it impossible to want to be there.
So I reapplied to Walmart because I don't know... Stockholm syndrome I guess? I get Walmart's vibe. I get the people. Kroger is just Walmart but more expensive and the clientele are more entitled.
Anyway, I got a text from a manager at Walmart for an interview for the 1-10 shift for Deli. I'm tempted to take it but I'm also nervous for a few reasons. 1. He didn't disclose which location so I don't know if he's at my home store or the one closer to me. 2. My first job ever was working in a deli and it was a shit show.
I'm conflicted. I'm a lot more confident in my customer service abilities and I did work in produce (closing shift) for a couple months in 2020 so I have a general idea of what goes on in that area of the store. But I'm still nervous it might be too much for me and I don't want to shoot myself in the foot. Thoughts?
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2023.05.22 00:57 Southern-Lobster-379 I’m Still Free

TLDR Story of my first, in-person interaction with active JWs since getting shunned. Wasn’t terrible. Reminded me how far I’ve come.
I don’t share much on here anymore. I guess I’m trying to move on. The Cult means as much as it means nothing to me anymore, like recalling best friends long congealed in the ether of memory. “Some people were just meant to be a memory,” says one song. “To be called upon to remind us how we’ve changed.”
And so it is when I see Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Yesterday I talked to a couple JWs at a train station. They’re old as hell, bored as hell, and I was walking my dog, waiting in the station for a friend, so I thought, “Fuck it,” made some small talk, and asked a little about who they represented.
“We share our Father,” said the man. “All of us. With Christ as King.”
“That’s God?”
He nodded, if only to keep awake. “We want everyone to share him. And he wants it too!”
I replied, “I wouldn’t share my father with anyone.” He thought I meant this as a brag about how good my father must be, wanting all the good for myself.
I laughed. “Not quite what I meant.” And if it’s of more value to the reader, know my father’s a piece of shit.
The old man made little effort to personalize the conversation at this point. He moved on. Always moving on, jumping from one thought-stopping cliché to the next, like a fish dodging the rain.
He bragged about Zoom. The direction to return to the train stops. The meetings. He bragged about how, “You can go anywhere in the world and learn the same thing - from the Bible.” This was the first mention of the good book, and his wife held out the Watchtower that had been staring at me the whole conversation.
I took it. I’d read it years ago, and somehow remembered it the same way I remember box-stores. I haven’t been in a Walmart in awhile, but I think I’d know where to find everything - the Great Value products like main points, the hot deli with its food dry and old as the Bible, and I can’t forget the bathroom somewhere near the kids section or electronics - still, the Watchtower held as much power over me as the ‘In’ and ‘Out’ designations above the sliding doors.
So I had to ask the old man, “When (and why) did you join?”
He responded, “We joined in 1975. You know, I got older and started questioning things.”
I said the same thing happened to me.
He continued, “I realized there were problems in what the leaders were teaching me. They didn’t teach from the Bible.”
A classic, I thought. Copy and pasted across the brains of so many who are inclined to the loudest, quickest voice in the room. Spiritual zombies, searching for flesh and blood - often with an undead pallet. Should it be bones, they’d graciously suckle the marrow with little or no regard the meager portions and rot.
What might we call we the un-undead?
“It starts at the top down,” the man gestured about the Baptist religion he and I are familiar with. “They don’t teach what’s right.”
“Don’t I know it.”
“And our head is Jesus Christ.”
Cheekily, I remarked, “Your Father!”
He didn’t correct me. His energy was waning, so I thought I might share my thoughts. “I remember when I started questioning things” I flipped through the pages of the magazine. “It was like: ‘hey wait a minute!’ But… I guess I wasn’t allowed to ask questions. What provisions like that do children have in your organization?” I was really curious how he perceived his religion’s treatment children’s spiritual autonomy.
“They learn with everyone else,” he replied with that glazed confidence of feeling God’s Spirit move to and fro. “They learn right there in the Kingdom Hall with everyone else.”
My friend, who knows my association with the cult, arrived and stood with me - two queer folk who found our way out of the control of spiritual abuse - and I didn’t want to subject him to the Great Nowhere this conversation had lead to. “I have to give this back to you,” I told the man who hesitantly took the magazine back, as if I, too, had just offered him a Walmart catalog “I don’t like wasting paper. But I can check your website. It’s all over your stuff. It’s not easy to forget!”
Sucks he didn’t get a placement; then again, I don’t feel bad taking a ‘placement’ away from that arrogant, attention-whoring Cult’s year-end tally. I was in control. I was safe. And I was ready to leave, untethered to those cold and empty chairs outside the train station, the chairs that old couple’s been sitting in since 1975.
“I look forward to seeing you again,” I told them - and meant it. I have no use for platitudinous interactions anymore. I talk with intent. I let smiles take over my face unless a frown fits better. So I do look forward to seeing them. If only to remind me what I’ve escaped. I might ask them another question. Or compliment their eyes. Or I’ll just smile because it’ll make them smile, and there’s not much of a facade when two strangers smile at each other. And I’ll walk away. I’ll always walk away.
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2023.05.21 12:23 Routine_Comb_4491 Idk how I got here 😩

Idk how I got here 😩
By far my longest held job. Started out being my lowest paying job to the highest & I think I earn PTO quicker now, so yay!
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2023.05.18 19:25 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in SC Hiring Now!

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