McCoy's Building Supply
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I have been working at McCoy's Building Supply full-time (more than a year)Pros
Flexible schedules for part-time and full-time, decent benefitsCons
Started my career with a store 2 years ago, dove in headfirst to prove my worth. For most of those 2 years I have been the only female at my store, which had its struggles due to the fact that a lot of the customer base is composed of good ol' southern boys. In my first 6 months of work, I was assaulted by a yard worker (the only reason he was fired was because he admitted to it). Then at about the 1 year mark I was promised a promotion by the manager and assistant manager. I was promised for months that I would be getting this promotion, I worked hard, was told for MONTHS that this was MINE. Then I get told that some inexperienced new kid from another store would be getting it. When I asked why, it was because this guy had buddied up to the regional manager (shocker, a man). I was shafted again. There have been MONTHS at this job where I was afraid to come to work because of another hostile yard worker. They refused to write him up for constant harrassment, apparently he was "misunderstood."
As a cherry on top of the sundae, I became pregnant (I'm married) and they promptly dropped me from yet ANOTHER promotion I had been promised. They started secretly training another girl to take my spot. I am afraid they will fire me.
Long story short, if you are a female who values her dignity, DO NOT WORK HERE! I have been physically and verbally harrassed at this job, called names and constantly devalued because of my gender. If this wasn't the South, they could NOT get away with this.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Try promoting more women. Maybe if Brian McCoy's daughter took over quicker, some changes could be made. ALL of the regional managers are men, and rude men at that. In almost 90 stores, only about 4 managers are women, and even though they are more competent than most male managers, they get no respect.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO