What is the Walmart Associate Hotline number? The Walmart Call-In Number...
Question Posted Friday May 15 2009, 5:47 pm
I work at Wal-mart and I'm really sick today. I want to call in and rest so I can feel better. I don't like to miss work so I have never called in before. Wal*Mart isn't a hard place to work at either so I haven't ever been too sick to go in for work.
I know that at Walmart I have to call a special associate hotline number so that they have it on record I didn't just miss work and not inform anyone at my Walmart. I think it is called the Walmart Associate Hotline to report an absence or tardy. I think it is also a 1-800 number. My Wal*Mart told me in the beginning what the number was but I don't remember it (and I've been working at Walmart for awhile now).
I went to the mywalmart.com and the walmartbenefits.com but I couldn't find the Walmart Hotline number to report my absence for today. It is possible that I looked over the hotline phone number since I'm so sick. I even went to walmart.com though and still couldn't find any thing under the associates link about the associate hotline phone number.
Can anyone tell me the Walmart call in number so I can report my absence? Please? Thanks.
You will be required to supply your Walmart facility number, your date of birth, and your last four digits of your social security number. Afterwards make sure you hang on the line to speak to a member of management at your specific store (it will redirect you there after you're all finished) and make doubly sure you write down the confirmation code number in case anybody at your store needs it at a later date. [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
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