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Lowe's Chairman and CEO Robert A. Niblock
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    Lowe's will pay you enough to live, but work you like a dog for the money

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    Former Employee - Department Manager - Millwork  in  Twin Falls, ID
    Former Employee - Department Manager - Millwork in Twin Falls, ID

    I worked at Lowe's

    Pros

    Decent pay. The company is so large, that it is impossible not to move up if you are motivated.

    Cons

    Your personal life takes a back seat. If you are sick even with a doctor's note you will be given the 3rd degree as to why you didn't show up to work. You are belittled by senior management. If you take advantage of the Lowe's "open door policy" you WILL be retalliated against. If you take something to a corporate level they send it right back down to store level and you will be singled out by store management. If you complain to the store manager, he will tell you to "deal with it or quit" . You are threatened with your job or write ups every day. If you work hard you will be expected to do all of the $h!t work and if you refuse to do something because it isn't your job, and you should not have to do it, you will regret it. If you work hard you will be expected to do every overnight shift there is. (about 9 weeks worth in the last 8 months) If you are a dept. manager like I was, you will be expected to keep your dept. clean and making sales when you are on these overnights and not given more than an hour per week to work in it. You will be so run down with the job you will want to leave shortly. Every dept. manager there says they will find work elsewhere as soon as the economy picks up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Quit lying to your staff. They are not dumb. Take responsibility, and don't blame every bad decision on your district manager. He is just trying to do his job. My store manager told me that the reason I couldn't get a raise was because the DM said no. I asked the DM and he said he doesn't control wages that, that is done at store level.

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