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21 days ago

Sales Specialist Millwork

Lowe's Rockledge, FL

Responsible for the overall sales and merchandise maintenance of the assigned department. Maintains the department according to company merchandising… Glassdoor


7 days ago

RTM Clerk

Lowe's Indian Harbour Beach, FL

Responsible for complete RTM program which includes all paperwork, packaging, vendor contact and credit. Greet and acknowledge all customers in a… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Unload Associate

Lowe's Indian Harbour Beach, FL +2 locations

also include routine completion of downstocking assignments as directed by store management. Greet and acknowledge all customers in a friendly… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Installed Sales Coordinator

Lowe's Titusville, FL

Assist in managing the Order Management System. Assist in managing the Work Order logs and RTM logs. Responsible for coordinating installed sales… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Sales Specialist Cabinets

Lowe's Melbourne, FL

Responsible for the overall sales and merchandise maintenance of the assigned department. Maintains the department according to company merchandising… Glassdoor


5 days ago

CSA Front End

Lowe's Melbourne, FL

and Purpose Responsible for handling all customer inquiries, sales, returns at the Customer Service/Return Desk, operating the cash register… Glassdoor


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    Some nice people to work with, but management expects too much and doesn't offer much support.

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    Former Employee - Cashier, Credit  in  Rockledge, FL
    Former Employee - Cashier, Credit in Rockledge, FL

    I worked at Lowe's part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Some really cool coworkers, better starting pay than most retail, not open too late and a lot "moral building" type events like free food and holiday themed clothing contests. There are some old-timers there that really treat each other like family and will have your back if you show up and prove yourself (unfornunately they are not high up in management). Even Monday thru Friday people had to rearrange their work week and show up on Holiday Weekends! A huge cause of stress and chaos.

    Cons

    WAAYY out of date systems. Managers are too scared of corporate to try to make commen-sense changes that employees are begging for. Also too scared of customers to stand up to the ones are trying to rip them off, and no backbone to fire people who are hurting the store. Stepping up at any point just puts a target on your back that says "use and abuse me cause I'm the only responsible one here" They do not set expectations or priorities well and are often unrealistic about how much a person can accomplish. Rewards and write-ups were both unpredictable. Once you basic training is done, you are basically responsible to find time to continue educating yourself. Not a practical approach.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Grow a backbone! You run the store, not corporate. Learn who your good people really are and stop letting them burnout! Ever wonder why so many of your employees have health problems?

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