6922 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK, 74133, US
Wed 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Working Hours
Sun:10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Mon:10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tue:10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wed:10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thu:10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri:10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat:9:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Sam's ClubEmployee work hours

Store: Tulsa, OK - Mingo Location. Employees on the 3-11:30 pm shift are not allowed to leave when their shift ends. Instead they are told that they cannot leave until all areas of the store are stocked to the manger's satisfaction. This is SLAVERY!! So, they are working until 2 or 3 in the morning because there is not enough staff. Also, they are required to download an askSam app onto their personal cell phones to use for their jobs. These same employees only make $12.00 an hour, whereas the cashiers make $15.00. This particular store also does not spend money for Asset protection, so thieves LOVE this store. The employee morale is low. Management is taking advantage of employees that need a job. This is so sad. This could be a happy place to work but management at this store refuses to spend the money on staff, technology, etc. This is the worst location in Tulsa.

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    • Th
      TheMechanic Nov 24, 2020

      I wouldn't call it slavery since I assume you still get paid for the excess hours work, if not then you have a point. The whole asksam app thing I don't really believe since alot of people don't have cellphones and some only have talk and text and others don't get good service, so I doubt they would go require something that certainly wouldn't work. If you don't like the wage gap between stockers and cashiers then don't accept the job or only accept the cashier job, unless you are suggesting discrimination where only the whites are allowed to be cashiers and the blacks work the back. I have seen that at Kmart years ago obviously. Sam's Club is a membership store how are the thieves getting in?

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      TheMechanic Nov 28, 2020

      @Disgusted in Tulsa I only brought up race because that would pretty much be your one justification for being upset about the wage gap and the only one I've personally seen in action. Other justification also include discrimination based on sex orientation, age, and I think religion is the last one. If none of the above are reasons for the wage gap I don't see any reason to be upset. It's often not enforced but is actually required by all companies to not allow employees to leave till all work is done. More employers should probably enforce that. You probably noticed the wording "subject to change" on the schedule. Well did they ask employees or tell employees to download the app and how do they know you did it. Can you quantify the effect thieves have on your store and how it differs from stores with better asset protection? You wear likely told your stores shrink numbers and anything below 2.4 percent is often considered good.

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      mark henderson Nov 28, 2020

      @Disgusted in Tulsa Slavery, condition in which one human being was owned by another. A slave was considered by law as property, or chattel, and was deprived of most of the rights ordinarily held by free persons

      May want to look in a dictionary before thworing words around.

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      Disgusted in Tulsa Nov 28, 2020
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      @TheMechanic This is not about race. Not sure why you needed to go there., so move on. And yes it is slavery if you are told on the intercom that no one can go home until all areas are finished. Also, management did ask the employees to download the app onto their personal phones, and expected everyone to comply. Thieves walk in the same door as the members.

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