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Walmart taps Facebook Workplace to boost productivity

September 27, 2017


Last year Walmart CEO Doug McMillon promised that Walmart would make a concerted effort to be a better place to work, citing the boost in its minimum hourly pay, more flexible work schedules, and additional training and opportunities for career advancement.

Earlier this month, the retailer also said it would build a new corporate campus in hometown Bentonville, AR to house headquarters employees now spread around Northwest Arkansas — a project slated to take five to seven years to complete and aimed at facilitating teamwork. As Walmart partners with Workplace, the retail giant is also turning to state-of-the-art tech to approach how its teams learn and interact.

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