How long until you can be rehired at Walmart?

Answered by Cody Janus

Unfortunately, the policy of Walmart states that you have to wait for a period of 6 months before you can reapply for a job with the company. This means that if you have recently left or been terminated from your position at Walmart, you will need to wait for this duration before being eligible to apply again.

The reason behind this policy is to ensure that there is time for any previous issues or concerns to be resolved, and for the company to evaluate your previous performance and suitability for reemployment. It also allows for other individuals to have an opportunity to apply and be considered for the position.

However, it is worth noting that there may be certain circumstances where exceptions can be made. If you have a good relationship with your store manager or have left on positive terms, it may be worth reaching out to them to discuss the possibility of them pulling some strings for you. While there are no guarantees, having a personal connection and a positive track record with the company could potentially work in your favor.

In my own experience, I have seen cases where individuals who have left Walmart voluntarily or due to circumstances beyond their control have been rehired before the 6-month waiting period. This often happens when the employee has proven their dedication, work ethic, and value to the company during their previous tenure.

To increase your chances of being rehired at Walmart, it is important to maintain a positive attitude and continue to develop your skills during the waiting period. This could involve gaining additional experience or training in areas relevant to the position you are interested in. Additionally, staying connected with current employees and keeping up with any changes or updates within the company can demonstrate your continued interest and commitment.

The standard waiting period for reapplying to Walmart is 6 months. However, there may be exceptions made depending on your individual circumstances and relationship with the store manager. It is always worth reaching out and having a conversation to discuss your options.