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PARTICIPANTS
7088
TOTAL
RATINGS
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Walmart Retention Score

Walmart is in the Bottom 30% of similar sized companies in its ability to retain quality employees. 40% of employees would not leave Walmart if they were offered a job for more money while 50% are excited to go to work each day. Overall, 51% of Walmart's employees feel the company is doing what it should to retain them while 49% may be considering new employment. Quality employees are difficult to find which makes retaining them all the more important.

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Where This Score Ranks Walmart's Retention

  • BOTTOM
    30%

    In the Bottom 30% of 1341 Similar Sized Companies on Comparably

  • 6th

    6th place versus 5 competitors rated on Comparably

64
Dec
64
Jan
64
Feb
63
Mar
63
Apr
C-63 / 100
May

Who Ranks Walmart's Retention the Highest?

Department - Business Development 75/100
Department - Communications 74/100
Department - Finance 72/100

Who Ranks Walmart's Retention the Lowest?

Department - Legal 49/100
Tenure - Over 10 Years 53/100
Gender - Non-Binary 56/100

Walmart Retention At a Glance

Walmart's Retention score is rated a "C-" by 6876 employees. The category helps understand Walmart's focus and commitment to retaining employees in their organization.

Over the past three months, Walmart's Retention score has remained steady at 63/100. Walmart ranks in 6th place versus 5 competitors which include Costco, Amazon, Target, Rakuten, and Sears Holdings Corporation. The Business Development and Communications departments are likely to stay at the company the longest, while the Legal and Operations departments are likely to have the highest turnaround.

Walmart's Retention score is in the Bottom 30% of 1341 similar sized companies (10,000+ Employees) on Comparably.

Walmart's Retention Trendline

  • Walmart63
  • Similar Size on Comparably

How Walmart's Retention Score is Calculated

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Results from 6876 Employees in All Departments, All Genders, All Ethnicities and All Yrs. Experience Experience

Do you believe you're paid fairly?
Do you look forward to interacting with your coworkers?
70
out of 100
How would you rate the quality of your coworkers?
Are you typically excited about going to work each day?
Every week
27%
Once a month
21%
Once a quarter
18%
Once a year
11%
Never
23%
How often do you get valuable feedback on how to improve at work?
Do you approve of the job your executive team is doing at your company?
Do Your Company Leaders Do What They Should to Retain You as an Employee?
Very Secure
26%
Secure Enough
30%
Neutral
22%
Insecure
11%
Very Insecure
11%
How secure do you feel your job is at your company?
Do you have a close friend at work?
Would you leave your current job for a 20% raise at a different company?
Multiple times a week
17%
Once a week
18%
Once a month
19%
Once a quarter
13%
Never
33%
How often do you socialize with team members outside of work?
Do you feel burnt out at work?
Are you challenged at work?
Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?
Are you proud to be a part of your company?

Walmart's Retention Rank Against Similar Sized Companies on Comparably

BOTTOM
30%

Walmart ranks in the Bottom 30% of other companies on Comparably with 10,000+ Employees for Retention Score.

  1. Mednax
    64 / 100
  2. Sandvik Mining and Construction
    64 / 100
  3. GardaWorld
    64 / 100
  4. Walmart
    63 / 100
  5. McDonald's
    63 / 100
  6. Boeing
    63 / 100
  7. Burger King
    63 / 100

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