With over 240 million customers to deal with in a week alone, Walmart employees have a pretty daunting task of doing their job and keeping their customers satisfied. On the subreddit r/Walmart, employees shared what they wished Walmart customers knew before coming in.
The original poster expressed their desire for customers to understand that the website isn't always accurate, because even if the website says they have something, it may be lost or (probably) stolen. Another employee added that they wish customers knew that not every store carries the exact same products.
Employees also wish that customers would stop trying to get expert advice from them, stating that just because they work in a department doesn't guarantee they'll know what exactly the customer is talking about. "I don't know every inch of the store. I legit stand at a register all day," said one employee.