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Posted on Sep. 21, 2016
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The position of Sam’s Club cashier involves a number of entry-level job duties. Workers perform various customer service responsibilities, such as meeting and greeting customers and answering questions about products and services. Sam’s Club cashier jobs also require workers to operate casher registers. Ideal candidates for Sam’s Club cashiering jobs exude friendly, courteous, and motivated personalities. Employees in cashier jobs receive training for basic protocol and specific aspects of the job. Training generally takes place over the course of a week or so and involves both visual and verbal instruction.
Salary and Compensation
Sam’s Club pays entry-level workers starting pay just above minimum wage. Experience gained and time spent with the department store chain may result in pay increases. The average Sam’s Club cashier earns roughly $11.00 per hour. The majority of Sam’s Club cashiers work part-time, or between 20 and 30 hours per week.
Qualified Sam’s Club workers earn several employment benefits. Typical work benefits packages offered to eligible
Sam’s Club employees include paid time off, healthcare coverage, insurance options, and 401(k) retirement plans.