The customers were very friendly as well as the environment was very friendly and welcoming. In a typical day I assisted nearly 100 customer, except Tuesdays because that was the slowest day of the week. Constantly trained by sales specialists regarding sale products.
The tasks may be hard to some, and require physical strength, having knowledge of the products sold will help a lot, overall it is a good job if you just want to get money and don't care as much for what you're doing
The day shift here is incredibly lazy and their nightshift has to do everything in the store other than customer service and they only get minimum wage. Especially since all other night crews only have to stock shelves and they still only get minimum wage.
I truly enjoyed working at Lowe's. They had a knack for hiring and developing great people. Top level management needs some work. When the restructuring happened, the CEO came into the office, dropped the bomb, and left. There was no discussion or care put in place for the shocked and distraught workers.
Its a good experience to work there. You get to learn lot of new stuff and skills. Management is supportive, however for the seasonal worker it is kind of disappointing because they do not offer job continuation.
Responsible to assemble barbecues, snowblowers, and all seasonal products. Repair and paint the store`s equipment.
First task of the day is clean, organize the area, check what is necessary to assembly. Multi-task activity is very important.
A typical day at work is fast paced but you have to wait too long for assistance from your superiors to complete tasks for some customers.
The most enjoyable experience is knowing that you have assisted your customers in fulfilling their needs.
You do not receive any support from your supervisors.
Lots of extra curricular fund raising activities abound here. Not a great place for a salesperson, as they treat you as if you are on commission when you are in fact, not. Weekly warranty/attachment reports in the appliance sales department and no incentive to up-sell.
Working at Lowes Sunridge was very rough.. SOME DM's are passive aggressive people who are evasive and twist comments or other wise. and constantly make you feel inferior and very insignificant. in short they bully employees.
They also don't deal with obvious violations of conduct codes of other employees and pass off all duties of their department.. or frankly don't know the department after working there for years. and typically abandon you to that department while they "" deal "" with things around the store.
Some staff are amazing but are held down and pigeon holed, they seemingly don't encourage growth or advancement.
also the pay isnt the greatest.. and the lowest compared to multiple other stores.
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