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Transferring to a different walmart

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I will speak to my manager about this but I just wanted to see if anyone here has transferred from one Walmart to another.

How do you do it? What's it like? What do I need to know?
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Why are you transfering?
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You have to talk to your personal manager.

I think you can even do it on the computer on the WIRE.

Honestly though, whats the point? Unless your moving another walmart is at best going to be a little bit better or a hell of a lot worst
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>>17167451
I'm gonna be transferring in about 20 days to a store a few towns over for college. I asked my manager, whom I trust a lot with this shit, and he says "Oh just let me know and the week before we'll get your information switched over there. I'll put a good word in for my management equivalent over there so you'll have the same position."

Apparently it's as simple as just confirming it with the other store, and they start scheduling you there. I'm still skeptical about the simplicity of the process though, so I'm gonna go in tomorrow and get everything set in stone with him now that my vacation is used up.
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>>17167560
Walmart manager here.
Its as simple as anon described. The only addition is that it's customary to give the new manager a blow job on your first day and upon request.
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Hey guys it's opie. I made the thread during lunch and couldn't come back quite yet till now.

I'm going to transfer because I want to move to a completely different state, yet want to keep my job. Walmart isn't optimal but it's something to start with.

I am an extremely hard worker and I also know my way around other parts of the store to provide other services. Meaning I'm trained in multiple things. I'm already working 40 hours a week. Shooting for department manager


What are the odds I'll keep the 40 hours a week thing going? What are the odds I can secure a DM position, based on what position/department needs me more?
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