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One of the many beliefs of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Respect For The Individual, has been central to our success. One way Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. shows Respect For The Individual is through the many benefits offered to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. associates. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has come a long way from the first store in 1962. While Sam Walton created the world´s largest retail corporation, Mr. Sam´s lasting legacy will not be the establishment of a multi-billion dollar corporation, but rather the way he revolutionized the philosophy of excellence in the workplace. Interested in applying with the world's largest retailer? The application takes 30 minutes to an hour to complete, and you can come back and complete your saved application at any time over the next 60 days. -Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Company Benefits ¹

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select a question select an answer I have 1 brothers and sisters. I have 2 brothers and sisters. I have 3 brothers and sisters. I have 4 brothers and sisters. I have 5 brothers and sisters. I have 6 brothers and sisters. I have 7 brothers and sisters. I have 8 brothers and sisters. I have 9 brothers and sisters. I have +10 brothers and sisters.

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select a question select an answer My favorite kind of food is American. My favorite kind of food is Barbeque. My favorite kind of food is Fast Food. My favorite kind of food is French. My favorite kind of food is Home Cooking. My favorite kind of food is Indian. My favorite kind of food is Italian. My favorite kind of food is Mexican. My favorite kind of food is Oriental. My favorite kind of food is Seafood. My favorite kind of food is Thai. My favorite kind of food is Vegan.

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select a question select an answer One of my pets is a Bird. One of my pets is a Cat. One of my pets is a Chicken. One of my pets is a Chinchilla. One of my pets is a Cow. One of my pets is a Dog. One of my pets is a Ferret. One of my pets is a Fish. One of my pets is a Fox. One of my pets is a Gerbil. One of my pets is a Goat. One of my pets is a Guinea Pig. One of my pets is a Hamster. One of my pets is a Hedgehog. One of my pets is a Horse. One of my pets is a Insect. One of my pets is a Mouse. One of my pets is a Pig. One of my pets is a Rabbit. One of my pets is a Rat. One of my pets is a Reptile. One of my pets is a Snake. One of my pets is a Squirrel. One of my pets is a Turtle.

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select a question select an answer My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 3. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 4. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 5. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 6. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 7. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 8. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 9. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 10. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 11. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 12. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 13. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 14. My shoe size (closest to a whole number) is 15+.

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select a question select an answer My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 3. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 4. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 5. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 6. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 7. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 8. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 9. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 10. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 11. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 12. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 13. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 14. My ring size (closest to a whole number) is 15+.

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select a question select an answer My favorite subject in high school was/is Art. My favorite subject in high school was/is Computers. My favorite subject in high school was/is Drama. My favorite subject in high school was/is English. My favorite subject in high school was/is Family Living Skills. My favorite subject in high school was/is Foreign Language. My favorite subject in high school was/is Geography. My favorite subject in high school was/is History. My favorite subject in high school was/is Math. My favorite subject in high school was/is Music. My favorite subject in high school was/is Physical Education. My favorite subject in high school was/is Science. My favorite subject in high school was/is Shop. My favorite subject in high school was/is Speech.

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select a question select an answer I coach/assist a Baseball team. I coach/assist a Basketball team. I coach/assist a Chess team. I coach/assist a Debate team. I coach/assist a Football team. I coach/assist a Gymnastics team. I coach/assist a Hockey team. I coach/assist a Soccer team. I coach/assist a Softball team. I coach/assist a Swimming team. I coach/assist a Tennis team. I coach/assist a Volleyball team.

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select a question select an answer I play this musical instrument Banjo. I play this musical instrument Bells. I play this musical instrument Cello. I play this musical instrument Clarinet. I play this musical instrument Drums. I play this musical instrument Flute. I play this musical instrument French Horn. I play this musical instrument Guitar. I play this musical instrument Harmonica. I play this musical instrument Harp. I play this musical instrument Mandolin. I play this musical instrument Piano. I play this musical instrument Saxophone. I play this musical instrument Trombone. I play this musical instrument Trumpet. I play this musical instrument Tuba. I play this musical instrument Violin.

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select a question select an answer My favorite topping on pizza is Anchovies. My favorite topping on pizza is Black Olives. My favorite topping on pizza is Canadian Bacon. My favorite topping on pizza is Cheese. My favorite topping on pizza is Chicken. My favorite topping on pizza is Green Pepper. My favorite topping on pizza is Ham. My favorite topping on pizza is Hamburger. My favorite topping on pizza is Onions. My favorite topping on pizza is Pepperoni. My favorite topping on pizza is Pineapple. My favorite topping on pizza is Sausage. My favorite topping on pizza is Tomatoes.

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select a question select an answer I read this section of the newspaper first Business. I read this section of the newspaper first Cartoons. I read this section of the newspaper first Classifieds. I read this section of the newspaper first Editorial. I read this section of the newspaper first Fashion. I read this section of the newspaper first Food. I read this section of the newspaper first Headlines. I read this section of the newspaper first Obituaries. I read this section of the newspaper first Sports. I read this section of the newspaper first Stocks. I read this section of the newspaper first TV/Movies. I read this section of the newspaper first Weddings.

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select a question select an answer My favorite month of the year is January. My favorite month of the year is February. My favorite month of the year is March. My favorite month of the year is April. My favorite month of the year is May. My favorite month of the year is June. My favorite month of the year is July. My favorite month of the year is August. My favorite month of the year is September. My favorite month of the year is October. My favorite month of the year is November. My favorite month of the year is December.

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select a question select an answer My favorite fruit is Apple. My favorite fruit is Apricot. My favorite fruit is Banana. My favorite fruit is Berries. My favorite fruit is Grape. My favorite fruit is Lemon. My favorite fruit is Lime. My favorite fruit is Mango. My favorite fruit is Melon. My favorite fruit is Orange. My favorite fruit is Peach. My favorite fruit is Pear. My favorite fruit is Pineapple. My favorite fruit is Plum.

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select a question select an answer My ideal vacation would be Beach. My ideal vacation would be Camping. My ideal vacation would be Cruise. My ideal vacation would be Dude Ranch. My ideal vacation would be Historical. My ideal vacation would be Sight-seeing. My ideal vacation would be Mountains. My ideal vacation would be Organized Tour Group. My ideal vacation would be Resort. My ideal vacation would be Spa. My ideal vacation would be Stay at Home. My ideal vacation would be Theme Park.

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select a question select an answer I like to read Biographical books. I like to read Childrens books. I like to read Classic books. I like to read Cooking books. I like to read Fantasy books. I like to read Historical books. I like to read Hobby books. I like to read Horror books. I like to read Humor books. I like to read Inspirational books. I like to read Mystery books. I like to read Non-Fiction books. I like to read Romance books. I like to read Science Fiction books. I like to read Self-help books. I like to read Trivia books.

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Create Login You will be redirected to the login screen. Please wait... Please enter your Social Security Number for verification. * denotes required field SSN:* Confirm SSN:* Please create your four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). A PIN helps secure your application, as well as it allows you to update your incomplete application at a future date using any of the instore hiring center. Please Note: Any four identical numbers (1111, 2222...), any four consecutive numbers in sequential order (1234, 5678...) or reverse order (4321, 8765...), or any four consecutive numbers from your SSN are not a valid PIN. Eliminating these choices from your PIN selection will help keep your application secure. * denotes required field >The numbers you have entered do not match. Please re-enter them. 7985

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Equal Employment Opportunity We do not discriminate against qualified applicants based upon any “protected group� status, including but not limited to race, color, creed, religion, sex (except where it is a bona fide occupational qualification), national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability or medical condition as defined by applicable equal opportunity laws. To help us comply with federal/state equal opportunity record keeping, reporting and other legal requirements, we would appreciate you voluntarily providing the information below. Gender: Female Male I do not wish to enter voluntary selfidentification EEOC information.

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Ethnic Group To assist in appropriate identification, please select the group to which you belong, identify with, or are regarded in the community as belonging in accordance with the definitions below: Ethnic Group: White or Caucasian (Not Hispanic or Latino): A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. African American or Black (Not Hispanic or Latino): A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. Hispanic or Latino: A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race. Asian (Not Hispanic or Latino): A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian Subcontinent, including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.Other Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian (Not Hispanic or Latino): A person having origins in any of the peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. Native American Indian or Alaska Native (Not Hispanic or Latino): A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintain tribal affiliation or community attachment.Two or More Races (Not Hispanic or Latino): All persons who identify with more than one of the above five races. I do not wish to enter voluntary self-identification EEOC information.

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If hired, can you submit documentation verifying your identity and your legal right to work in the U.S.? Yes No

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Area of Interest Please choose the type of facility you would like to apply to. Walmart Save Money. Live Better. Includes Walmart Stores, Supercenters, Neighborhood Markets in the US and Puerto Rico (including Amigo facilities). Sam’s Club Savings Made Simple Includes US and Puerto Rico facilities. Walmart Logistics Includes Distribution and Transportation Facilities (US facilities ONLY)

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Facility Locator To locate facilities near you, please enter a city and state or a zip code. * denotes required field City:* State:* Select Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island

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South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming or Zip Code:* Search radius (miles): 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100

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Choose the type of position that you are interested in. Note: You can choose all position types you wish to apply to. * denotes required field Professional: This group includes the Pharmacy Technician and Optician positions, which may require professional licenses, certification and/or other requirements depending upon the state's specific laws. Supervisor and Lead: This group is comprised of hourly positions that are the first level of supervision. Hourly: This is the most common entry-level position type for WalMart. It includes positions like Cashier, Salesfloor associates, Receiving area associates and Maintenance. Office and Loss Prevention: This group includes hourly support positions, such as Personnel, Training, Accounting and Loss Prevention. Management: This group is comprised of entry level management positions.

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Job Groups Select all of the job groups in which you are interested. You will only be considered for the job groupings you select. Front End: Cart Pusher/ Courtesy Associate,Cashier and Service Desk, People Greeter; Maintenance: ASSEMBLY, Maintenance; Receiving: Direct Store Delivery and Receiving Coordinator, Grocery Stocking, Unloader and Overnight Stocking, Jewelry and Shoes Sales/Receiving Coordinator, Meat Deli Produce Stocker, Overnight Stocking, Stocking Teams, and Price Change; Salesfloor: Baker/ Donut Crew and Cake Decorator, Dry Grocery, Dairy, Bakery, Frozen, and Candy Sales, Electronics, Photo, Connection Center, Fabrics, Crafts, Home Furnishings and Domestic Goods, Fitting Room, Food Services/Radio Grill, Hardware, Automotive, Sporting Goods and Garden Center Sales, Health/ Beauty, Pharmacy and Optical Sales, Household Chemicals, Paper-goods, Pets and Toys, Housewares, Stationary,Greeting Cards, Floral, and Seasonal, Jewelry and Shoes Sales, Meat, Seafood, Deli and Produce Sales, Optometric Assistant, Photo Center Specialist and Connection Center Sales, Set-up, Remodel and Recycling, Shoes and Apparel; Tire and Lube Express: TLE Sales, and Gas Station Attendant; Tire Mounting Area: TLE Service Technician

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Personal Information * denotes required field First Name:* John Middle Initial: L Last Name:* Blanton Street Address: 345 Cardinal Zip Code:* 78704 Phone Number: 9999999999 5125464859 Alt Phone: 9999999999 5125464859 E-mail Address: jlblanten@gmail.com Confirm E-mail Address: jlblanten@gmail.com

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SCHEDULE AVAILABILITY At Wal-Mart, customer service is our priority. We must ensure that we have trained Associates available when our customer traffic is the heaviest, which includes evening and weekend hours. We schedule our Associates based upon customer traffic demands in our facilities. If your hours of availability do not align with the customer traffic demands for positions in which you are expressing interest, this may impact whether or not you will be considered for those positions. Please enter the times you are available to work by indicating the earliest hour you are available to the latest hour you are available. I agree

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Sunday Earliest time Not Available Anytime 12:00am 1:00am 2:00am 3:00am 4:00am 5:00am 6:00am 7:00am 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 9:00pm 10:00pm 11:00pm Latest time Not Available Anytime 12:00am 1:00am 2:00am 3:00am 4:00am 5:00am 6:00am 7:00am 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm

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References Please enter two (2) complete references of people (no relatives) you have worked with or volunteered for and whom we may contact for a reference if necessary. (e.g. employers, clients, teachers) * denotes required field 1. First Name:* ANDREW, Last Name:* FREIMAN, Phone:* 9999999999 5121594567. 2. FATIMA, Last Name:* AL-SADAWI, Phone:* 9999999999 5124896458

If you have a relative (by birth, adoption or marriage) that works for Wal-Mart, please enter the following information. Otherwise, please leave blank. (If you live in California, do not answer.)

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Employment History Summary Please add your employment history for all positions held during the past 10 years. It is important that the information is complete and accurate. If you are selected for employment, it may be used to calculate your starting rate of pay. Click the add button below to enter employment history.

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Education Please only enter completed education.* denotes required field Educational Attainment: Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Arts, Associates of Business Admin, Associate of Engineering, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Admin, Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Nursing Degree, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science-Law, Bachelor of Science Education, Bachelor of Theology, Diploma in Business, Doctor of Business Admin, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Engineering, Doctor of Medicine. Major/Area of Study: Administration, Administrative Management, Advertising, Agriculture, Agriculture Business, Agriculture Economics, Animal Science, Anthropology, Applied Statistics, Architecture, Art, Art Advertising, Art-Commercial, Arts-Fine, Arts-Liberal, Atmospheric Science, Automotive Technology, Avaition, Banking Finances, Biology, Botany, Building and Constr, Business, Business Exonomics, Business Law, Chemistry, Cis & Quantative Analysis, Civil Engineering, Clothing and Textile, Communications, Computer Graphics Technology, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, Construction MGMT, Consumer Science, Criminology, Data Processing, Distribution, Distribution WHSE, Drafting Technology, Drama, Earth Science, Economics, Education, Education-Agriculturall, Education-Business, Education-Distributive, EducationElementary, Education-Foreign Languages, Education-Secondary, Education-Special, Electronics, Engineering, Engineering Management, Engineering-Chemical, EgineeringElectrical, Engineering-Industrial, Engineering-Science and Mecha, English, English Literature, Entrepreneruship, Environmental Science, Fashion Merchandise, Food Sciences, Foreign Language, Foreign Trade, Forestry, General Business, General Science, Geography, Geology, Health-Physical Education, History, Home Economics, Horticulture, Human Resources, Industrial Arts, Industrial Management, Industrial Relations, Industrial Saftey, Industrial Technology, Insurance, Interdisciplinary Studies, Interior Design, International Business, International Relations, Journalism, LLaw, Law Enforcement, Leadership and Ethics, Liberal Arts, Logistics, Management, Management Information Systems, Manufacturing, Marketing, Mass Comunication, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical, Medical Secretary, Medical Technology, Merchandising, Micro Biology, Military Science, Music, Music Education, Networking, Office Administration, Office Skills, Opthalmic Dispensing, Personnel, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Education, Physics, Plant Science, Police Science, Political Science, Pre-Law, Printing, Psychology, Public Accounting, Public Administration, Public Relations, Purchasing, Radio-TV Broadcasting, Real Estate, REcreational Administration, Religion or Philosophy, Restaurant & Hotel MGMT, Retail Management, Retailing, Safety, Sales, Secretarial, Social Science, Social Studies, Social Welfare, Sociology-Anthropology, Speech or Communications, Theater, Theology, Transportation, Veterinarys Science, Warehousing, Wildlife Management, Zoology Country Select, United States, Other. State Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland,

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Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming Intitution Abilene Christian University, Air Force-Community College of the, Amarillo College, Angelo State University, Austin Community College, Bauder Fashion Co, Baylor University, Central State College, Cisco Junior College, Del Mar College, Devry Institute of Technology, East Texas State University, El Centro College, El Paso Community College, Houston Community College, Lamar University-Beaumont, Lamar University-Orange, Lamar University-Port Arthur, Lubbock Christian Univ, McMurry University, Midwestern State University, Mountain Veiw College, North Texas-U of, Other-Texas, Pan American University, Paris Junior College, Prairie View A&M, Richland College, S F Austin State University at, Sam Houston State University, San Antonio College, Southern Methodist University, Southwest Texas State University, St. Phillip’s College, Stephen F Austin State University, Tarleton State, Tarrant County Junior College, Texas A&L University, Texas A&M-College Station, Texas A&MCommerce, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Texas A&M-Texarkana, Texas Christian University, Texas Eastern University, Texas Lutheran, Texas Southern, Texas State, Texas State Tech-Amarillo, Texas State Tech-Harlingen, Texas State Tech-Sweetwater, Texas State Tech-Waco, Texas Tech University, Tyler Junior College, University of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake, University of Houston-Downtown, University of HoustonVictoria, University of North Texas, University of Texas-Arlington, University of Texas-Austin, University of Texas-Dallas, University of Texas-Tyler, Wayland Baptist University, West Texas A&M, West Texas State

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Language Skills ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, CHINESE, TAGALOG, POLISH, KOREAN, VIETNAMESE, PORTUGUESE, JAPANESE, GREEK, ARABIC, HINDI, RUSSIAN, YIDDISH, THAI, ARMENIAN, SIGN LANGUAGE Speak* Read* Write*

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Questionnaire The next three (3) sections are a series of questions that will determine your job preference, related experience, job qualifications, etc... Please click "next" to begin the questionnaire...

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1. Select the age criteria that pertains to you? Less than 16 years of age. 16 years of age or older, but less than 18 years of age. 18 years of age or older. 2. Will you now, or in the future, require sponsorship for employment Visa status (e.g., H-1B, visa status)? Yes No 3. Are you available to work evenings (typically available between 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM)? Yes No

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4. Are you available to work weekends (typically available either Saturday or Sunday)? Yes No 5. Are you available to work night shift from 10:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.? Yes No 6. What type of work are you seeking? Full-time Part-time Temporary Either full-time or part-time Full-time, part-time or temporary

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7. Indicate the highest level of education you have completed. Grade school or Middle school High school or GED 2-year college 4-year college Professional or Graduate school 8. Are you currently a student? Yes No 9. Please enter the minimum hourly wage you would accept for this position. Enter dollars and cents $7.25

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10. How much experience have you had in a retail sales position? No experience 1 year Between 1 and 3 years Between 3 and 5 years More than 5 years 11. How much experience have you had in a grocery position? No experience 1 year Between 1 and 3 years Between 3 and 5 years More than 5 years 12. May we contact your previous employers for employment verification? Yes No

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13. How did you learn about this job opening? Wal-Mart Employee or Friend Billboard/Banner/Club Poster Business Card/Temporary Agency Another Source Newspaper Radio TV Magazine Unemployment Office Friend Family Member Job Fair Career Builder Monster 14. If offered a position, how soon are you available to work? Immediately Within 1 week Within 2 weeks More than 2 weeks 15. Which of the following is the best time to contact you? Morning Afternoon Evening During Weekend

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This company participates in various federal tax credit programs. The information you give will be used to determine the companys eligibility for these programs and will in no way negatively impact any hiring, retention, or promotion decisions. 1.Have you received a conditional certification from the state workforce agency (SWA) or a participating local agency for the work opportunity credit? Yes No 2. Are you a member of a family that has received assistance from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) for any 9 months during the last 18 months? Yes No

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3. Are you a veteran and a member of a family that received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits (food stamps) for at least a 3-month period within the last 15 months? Yes No 4. Are you at least age 18 but not age 40 or older and a member of a family that: a) received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits (food stamps) for the last 6 months, or b) received SNAP benefits for at least 3 of the last 5 months, but is no longer eligible to receive them? Yes No 5. Did you receive supplemental security income (SSI) benefits for any month ending during the past 60 days? Yes No

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6. Were you referred here by a rehabilitation agency approved by the state, an employment network under the Ticket to Work program, or the Department of Veterans Affairs? Yes No 7. Are you a member of a family that received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) payments for at least the last 18 months? Yes No 8. Are you a member of a family that received TANF payments for any 18 months beginning after August 5, 1997 (whether or not consecutive months), where the earliest such 18-month period ended within the last 2 years? Yes No

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9. Are you a member of a family that stopped being eligible for TANF payments within the last 2 years because federal or state law limited the maximum time those payments could be made? Yes No 10. Did you live in the area impacted by Hurricane Katrina on August 28, 2005? Yes No 11. Are you a veteran that was discharged or released from active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces during the past 5 years and, for at least 4 weeks during the past year, received unemployment compensation? Yes No

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12. Are you a veteran entitled to compensation for a service-connected disability and, during the past year, discharged or released from active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces, or, Unemployed for a period or periods totaling at least 6 months? Yes No 13. Are you at least age 16 but not age 25 or older, and a) During the past 6 months, have not attended a secondary, technical, or post-secondary school for more than an average of 10 hours per week, not counting periods during which the school was closed for scheduled vacations, and b) During the past 6 months, if employed, during each consecutive 3-month period within the past 6 months, earned less than you would have earned if you had worked for the applicable minimum wage 30 hours every week during the 3-month period, and c) You do not have a certificate of graduation from a secondary school or a General Education Development (GED) certificate or have a certificate that was awarded at least 6 months ago and have not held a job (other than occasionally) or been admitted to a technical or post-secondary school since you received the certificate. Yes No

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Assessments To be eligible to be considered for a position at Wal-Mart and SAM'S Club facilities, you must complete and pass the Retail Pre-Employment Assessment. Retail Pre-Employment Assessment take <?xml version='1.0' encoding=' UTF-8'?> I

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Retail Pre-Employment Assessment Instructions: You are about to take a Pre-Employment Assessment. Your assessment results will determine your eligibility to be considered for a position with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. for the next 60-days. The test you are about to take has 65 questions and takes approximately 40 minutes to complete. If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation, please see any member of management for assistance. In order to be considered for a position you must complete and pass this assessment. Please be sure the work you submit is your own. Do not seek or accept help in answering the questions on the assessment. If you must leave the assessment before completing it, please click the "Exit" button at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. The system will save your answers. When you resume the assessment, the system will return to the point at which the previous session was interrupted. Once complete the system will inform you of the status of your assessment i.e. Pass or Fail. Your individual responses to the questions in this assessment are strictly confidential and are not shared with the facility in which you are applying and will not be disclosed to you upon completion of this assessment. Please read each question carefully before selecting the appropriate response as you must pass this assessment in order to be considered for a position. This Pre-Employment Assessment contains four types of items: Items asking you to choose the most appropriate response to a work-related situation. Items asking you to rate the effectiveness of possible ways of dealing with work-related situations. Items asking you to indicate how much you agree or disagree with a statement. Items asking you to indicate your past experiences. Please respond to all items fully and honestly. All questions must be answered. The questions in the assessment have been divided into four sections. There are brief instructions provided for each section. Please read them before beginning each section A passed assessment will remain in effect for up to 2 years after the completion of the assessment. By clicking the "Next" button to begin the Pre-Employment Assessment, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to comply with these instructions. To begin the assessment, click Next.

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Section 1 For each question in this section, select the most appropriate response. 1. One of your customers has just said to you, "The service here is terrible." You should say: "What is it about the service that you have not liked?" "Would you like to fill out a complaint form? I can get one for you." "I realize our service is poor today. We are understaffed, so I apologize." "I am really sorry to hear you say that, but we are trying as hard as we can." 2. A customer came to your department with an urgent question. You promised her that you would collect information about her question and answer it by noon. It will take you at least 20 minutes to gather the information needed to provide an answer. It is now 11:50 a.m. Your supervisor just scheduled a 30-minute meeting to start at noon. This meeting is for all employees in your department. You decide to: Find the customer after the meeting and apologize. Ask your supervisor if you can be late for the meeting. Arrange to have the customer call you back at a better time. Contact the customer right away and hope that she can be found. 3. Terry, who has been an employee in your department for about six months, can be careless about safety. He hasn't been involved in any serious accidents, but he's had many near misses. Your supervisor asked you to introduce a new employee, Susan, to the department and to help with her training. Terry overheard and offered to show Susan the safety procedures. Your supervisor thought that would be a great idea. What should you do? Tell Terry that you think it would be better if he let you do the training. Tell your supervisor that Terry has had many near misses and not much experience. Let Terry give Susan the safety training. Volunteer to help Terry train Susan on the safety procedures. 4. It's been a very busy day, and you have just gotten a customer complaint. This is the third time today that this same customer has complained to an employee about the same problem. However, it's the first time that you have spoken with her. Your best course of action is to: Ask the customer to wait and ask the employee who last dealt with the customer why the problem was not fixed. Ask the customer to wait and ask the employee who last dealt with the customer to speak to her. Apologize to the customer and ask if she would like to speak to a supervisor. Apologize to the customer and ask how you can help fix the problem.

5. Each shift, you have to complete several tasks before leaving for the day. It is near the end of your shift and you probably will not have enough time to finish all of your assigned work before leaving. The best thing you can do is: Think about changing your routine to help finish your work on time in the future. Tell the employees on the next shift that the tasks are unfinished and ask them to finish them. Explain the situation to your supervisor and ask for help. Leave for the day and complete the unfinished tasks tomorrow 6. One of your customers is irate and has just yelled at you because you were slow in responding AMF70


to a request he had made. You decide to: Tell him you are sorry and explain the reason for the delay. Explain to the customer that he is receiving the same service as everyone else. Tell the customer you will help him as soon as he calms down and stops yelling. 7. An employee in your department has been coming to work 20 minutes late for the past week. The rest of the employees have picked up the slack so far, but everyone is becoming angry. What should you do? Explain to the employee how being late hurts the department's ability to get things done and that she can help by getting to work sooner. Warn the employee that you will speak to the supervisor the next time she is late. Tell the employee that it's unfair to everyone when she comes in late. Bring up lateness in the next department meeting. 8. One of your coworkers frequently complains about problems she's having with a customer. You decide to: Tell her what you believe she is doing wrong. Empathize with her and explain that some customers just cannot be happy. Tell her to channel her energies into finding a solution instead of complaining. Ask her if she would like to discuss the situation and try to find a solution together.

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Section 2 (9-19) & Section 3 (20-53) [These] section[s] describe work-related situations and possible ways of responding to them. Use the scale below to rate the effectiveness of each action. Section 2: 1-Very Ineffective, 2-Somewhat Ineffective, 3-Neither Effective Nor Ineffective, 4-Somewhat Effective, 5-Very Effective. Section 3: 1-Strongly Disagree, 2-Disagree, 3-Neither Agree or Disagree, 4-Agree, 5-Strongly Agree. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

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Asking questions about specific reasons why the customer is upset. Outlining reasons why the customer's concern is not right. Listening to and understanding how the customer feels about the situation. Asking for the customer's ideas about how to best deal with the concern. Referring the customer to a more experienced coworker. Dropping small hints to let this coworker know that his or her behavior is bothering you. Talking to other employees about the situation. Speaking to your supervisor about the coworker's attitude at work. Asking your supervisor to schedule you to work with somebody else. Letting the coworker know that you are bothered by his or her behavior. Trying to find out the root causes of the coworker's bother some behavior. If I were to leave my job, I would wait until the company found a replacement for me. If I didn't do my job well, I wouldn't feel good about myself. I often doubt the usefulness of what I am being taught. I utilize feedback to develop my skills. Five mistakes for every 100 customers

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served is an acceptable number of mistakes. I have stolen money from work. I know the answers to many questions. I participate in many activities that stimulate my intellectual curiosity. It doesn't take me long to know whether a job is worth keeping. I almost never become bored with the work I do. I tend to be less accident-prone than most people. I believe feedback is essential for improving performance. I have difficulty understanding abstract ideas. Many things I see at work tend to cause more problems than they solve. Nothing is wrong with taking home supplies from work now and then. I find that feedback is key for reaching my work (or school) goals. When you're getting paid for the number of customers you serve, it doesn't make sense to spend a lot of extra time worrying about quality. I frequently change the way I approach job activities. I believe feedback does little to improve performance. No one is the victim when you steal from your company. I become frustrated with jobs when they no longer interest me. I feel required to make changes based on feedback. I ask questions that nobody else does to learn why something occurred. If I'm unhappy with a job, the best thing for me to do is to quit as soon as possible. I believe that I have the ability to deal with feedback effectively. I enjoy spending the time to find answers to difficult questions. Receiving both positive and negative feedback is important to me. What is good for the organization is the concern of supervisors, not employees. My behaviors often are not as safe

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as they could be. Supervisory responsibilities tend to bring out a person's negative side. I would make sure I could quit a job before I was fired. I feel it is my responsibility to apply feedback to improve my performance. I have taken merchandise from work. My pay is more important to me than the contributions I make to the company.

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Section 4 For each item in this section, indicate the response that most accurately represents your experience. 54. You have typically set work standards that were aimed: Above average as compared to other employees. At the same level as other employees. At achieving the highest quality possible. At completing the largest quantity of work. 55. When your opinion about how to solve a problem has differed from your supervisor's, you have typically: Firmly pursued your perspective on the issue. Modified your opinion to satisfy the preferences of your supervisor. Kept to yourself the ways your opinions differed from your supervisor's. Talked through the problem with your supervisor to reach a compromise. Combined your ideas with your supervisor's to come up with a solution jointly. 56. When you have finished a task or project before its deadline, how often did you spend time rechecking your work before moving on to the next activity? Rarely; you usually moved on to the next task as soon as possible. Occasionally; you tended to recheck the work you'd done if you had enough time. Most of the time; you tried to allow extra time to review your work before moving on. Almost always; you waited to move on until you were sure that the task you just finished had no errors. 57. When you have had to work with others to make a group decision, you have usually: Proposed a 'middle ground' option to break deadlocks. Worked to avoid options that others might disagree with. Used your influence to make sure your own ideas were accepted. Tried to find one solution which satisfies everyone's expectations. 58. For how many different employers have you worked full-time in the last five years? None 1 or 2 3 or 4 5 or 6 7 or more 59. On average, how many days a week do you leave work early without getting approval? None Once a week Twice a week Three times a week Four or five times a week 60. When in situations involving conflict with others, your preferred approach has been to: Try to get everyone to express their concerns. Yield to the preferences of others.

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Use your influence to get others to do what you want. Take yourself out of the situation as quickly as possible. Look for points of agreement between yourself and the others. 61. Supervisors and other employees you have worked with would describe your self-discipline as: Superior Above average Average Below average 62. Your most common strategy for handling major disagreements with other people has been to: Make sure he or she goes along with what you want to do. Get input from others and removing yourself from the situation. Blend your ideas with the other person to come up with new options. Find compromise options that both you and the other person will accept. Accept what the other person wants so that they are pleased with the decision. 63. When the due date of a task has been moved up suddenly, you have typically: Met the deadline by speeding up your work pace but you sometimes have had to let the quality of the results slide. Been unable to change your work pace to help meet the new deadline because you have trouble organizing your work. Done all that you can to deliver quality results before the new deadline. Continued working at the same pace.

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64. When you have been in disorganized work situations where the number of people wanting supplies is larger than the amount of supplies available, you have typically: Avoided the situation and looked for supplies somewhere else. Proposed ways to structure the process of distributing the supplies. Let others get what they wanted, and then took what was left for yourself. Decided how much you would need, and made sure you were able to get it. Tried to find ways for everyone to make sacrifices to make the supplies last. 65. When working with someone in a leadership position to solve a problem, your preferred approach has been to: Make sure that he or she gets to make the final decision. Exchange information with him or her to solve the problem together. Try to find a solution that meets both your needs and the leader's needs. Emphasize your expertise and why you should make the decision yourself. Be careful with what you say to make sure you don't disagree with him or her.

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Submit You have completed and passed the assessment.

This assessment will remain effective until August 8, 2012.

-AMF 2012, Austin, Texas

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NOTES š Benefits Apply For A Career When you become a Walmart associate, you can take advantage of a variety of great benefits for you and your family, including: Health & Wellness Benefits: Consumer-directed health plans and a High-deductible plan with an Health Savings Account (HSA). Plans include: No lifetime maximum 100% coverage for eligible preventive care when you use a network provider Coverage for dependents up to age 26 No pre-existing condition limits for anyone under age 19 80% coverage for eligible network services after you meet your total annual deductible $4 co-pay on more than 2,000 eligible generic drugs Ask Mayo Clinic Nurse Line - speak to a registered nurse 24/7 Life with Baby Maternity Program - your own personal support network before, during and after pregnancy Quit Tobacco program Dental Insurance Resources For Living Ž -confidential counseling and health information service free to all

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associates 24/7 Company-paid life insurance Optional and dependent life insurance

Accidental death & dismemberment insurance (AD&D) Critical illness and accident insurance Shortand long-term disability insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Illness protection (sick time) Associate Eyewear Program Financial Benefits: Matching contributions to your 401(k) up to 6% Associate Stock Purchase Plan with a company match of 15% up to the first $1,800 purchased each Plan year Associate Discount Card for Walmart associates, spouses and dependents for 10% discount on regular priced general merchandise and fresh produce purchased at a Walmart store. Samâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club memberships for Samâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club associates Discounts travel, entertainment and more Retirement account rollover AMF80


Military differential pay Paid time-off including: holidays, vacation, personal, bereavement jury duty

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