Superstores such as Walmart and Target have online application portals for job applicants. These applications, like paper applications, collect personal contact information, legal status, criminal background and references and other relevant information from the applicant. Target's application also comes with an online employment assessment to test applicant knowledge and abilities.Continue Reading
Walmart and Target both require registration in order to access their online job application portals, as of 2015. New users create an account by giving the required personal information and by creating a username and password. Following account creation, an established user need only re-enter his user name and password to gain access to each job portal. Walmart has different job pages for its hourly applicants and its management applicants.
After logging in, the job applicant can fill out an official application form. As this process can be time-consuming, certain superstore job portals notify the applicant of the amount of time needed to complete an application. Some applications also have a "save" feature that enables applicants to save their work to complete at a later time, though this may still be subject to time constraints. For example, Target allows applicants to save and finish their work at a later time, but requires that the user complete the application within 48 hours.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing