American Walmart Service Checking: Become a Walmart Service Checker in your Area As a Walmart Service Checker, your job will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of shops, stores, restaurants and services in your area. This is your chance to get paid to shop & dine out. You can make money, have fun and help improve customer service. The importance of customer service has turned Walmart Service Checking into a $1.6 billion a year industry. What is a Walmart Service Checking? A Walmart Service Checking (also called a Walmart Service Checker) is someone who gets paid to visit a store or restaurant and secretly evaluate things like customer service, store cleanliness and product quality. After the visit, the Walmart Service Checker fills out a brief questionnaire (Service Checker report) describing their shopping experience and gets paid for their time and opinions. The business owner then uses the information the Walmart Service Checker has given them to make any necessary improvements in their store or service. Get Paid to Shop Walmart Service Checker jobs pay well and quite often, the Walmart Service Checker is treated to free merchandise and free meals as part of the job. A Walmart Service Checker career can be very exciting, and for those who love to shop and dine out - it's the perfect job that offers fun assignments and flexible schedules.
Walmart Service Checker are often given assignments to simply test the service skills of the employees. Some of the common things Walmart Service Checkers will be looking for include: - How long it takes before the Walmart Service Checker is greeted - How was Walmart Service Checker treated during their visit at the location - Cleanliness of location and employees - Quality and taste of meal served - Selection of products/food and prices - Speed and efficiency of service After the visit, the Walmart Service Checker will then submit their opinions about their shopping experience. That information is then reviewed and analyzed by the business to find areas in their service that need improvement. The most common venues for a Walmart Service Checker are retail stores, movie theaters, restaurants, fast food chains, banks, gas stations, car dealerships, health clubs, and more. Virtually any context where there is a customer/business interaction is open to Service Checking.
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