Think You Know Walmart
We love it when our candidates take the time to research who we are and what we’re all about, making their own decisions—because we think you’re going to like what you see.
We believe that with an enterprise as large as ours, we have the responsibility to give back to the communities we serve. To us, doing business means doing it the right way: ethically and sustainably.
Over the past 20 years, Walmart Canada has proudly donated $300 million to Canadian non-profit organizations. From hunger relief and disaster relief to building stronger communities, we understand that ‘meaningful work’ extends beyond the workplace.
We give to important Canadian causes, and sometimes the most rewarding charity happens right at home. Through partnership with Children’s Miracle Network and the Champions Program we’re improving the lives of children facing hardship across Canada.
And we proudly offer Local Grants to support and encourage non-profit initiatives right here, in the communities where our team members live and work.
Being socially and environmentally responsible means more than just being reactive—it’s about be- ing proactive. As a retail leader, Walmart Canada is in a unique position to help transform the retail sector for the better.
Our Transport team innovated the Supercube Trailer, carrying 40% more goods and decreasing environmental impact. And now, we’re one of the first companies to pilot the new Tesla Heavy-Duty Electric Truck, lowering emissions even further.
We’re walking the walk when it comes to inclusion, as women and POC fill a higher-percentage of senior executive roles at Walmart Canada than the corporate average—and those numbers keep improving, every day.
Every role at Walmart is more than a job: it’s a career. That’s why we’ve invested in career advancement and development programs, along with offering a Benefits program to our Part-Time associates. This is that place where every role matters.
We’ve diverted 83% of our operational waste away from landfills. We’ve doubled our donations of un- sold food. We’ve cut our plastic bag use by 50%.