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30+ days ago

Director, Global Product Compliance

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

The company moved headquarters from Boston to Colonial Heights, Virginia in 1999. By 2004 the company was bursting at the seams and moved… Lumber Liquidators


22 days ago

Analyst, Loss Prevention (Temporary Project)

LUMBER LIQUIDATORS Toano, VA

This temporary position will provide administrative, analytical, and research support to the Loss Prevention (LP) and Safety team. Primary… Monster


30+ days ago

Senior Developer, SAP

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

This position is responsible for converting functional specifications into technical specifications, architectural design, performance tuning, and… Snagajob


8 days ago

Coordinator, Accounts Payable

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

This position performs accounting tasks related to the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. Primary (Essential… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Installation Project Coordinator

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

The position is responsible for the daily operation of Lumber Liquidators Installation Services' (LLIS) Program including, but not limited to… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Manager, Customs and Compliance

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

This position is responsible for auditing and validating files, certificates and documents to ensure the Company's adherence and compliance with all… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Customer Relations Specialist

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

If you are passionate about serving customers, results driven, and interested in working for an industry leader, bucking the economic trend, then the… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Regional Manager

Lumber Liquidators Toano, VA

Achieve performance and profit goals consistent with corporate objectives including achieving assigned region P & L objectives. Leads and motivates a… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Copywriter

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ยท Consult as needed with internal departments to understand audience, goal and message and ensure adherence to and consistency in copy standards and… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Inspector, Quality Assurance - Hampton/White Oak - 1st shift

Lumber Liquidators Hampton, VA

This position performs incoming, in-process, and finished goods inspection of hardwood flooring and related products to verify compliance to… Glassdoor


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Lumber Liquidators President, CEO, & Director Robert M. Lynch
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    Disorganized, very little direction from management, not challenging

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    Former Employee - Intern  in  Toano, VA
    Former Employee - Intern in Toano, VA

    I worked at Lumber Liquidators as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Relaxed atmosphere, casual dress, not stressful at all. People are generally friendly if you seek them out. Decently well recognized company name to have on your resume when seeking other opportunities.

    Cons

    During my time with Lumber Liquidators, I was given very few responsibilities despite having asked for more. I always received positive reviews from my manager and did my duties above and beyond, however I was never challenged. When I would have something to complete, I never had any reasons behind the purpose for the project or where it would be used. I'm pretty sure most of the work I did (mostly back-end internal work) went unused. There were days (sometimes even a full week) where I never even saw my manager. The office is very quiet and the days are very long. However, working at Lumber Liquidators was a good stepping stone to a better opportunity within another company.

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    Have a more direct relationship with your employees. Make sure that your lower-level managers are actually actively managing their employees and challenging them to contribute to their fullest potential.

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