The Sherwin-Williams – Oklahoma City, OK
• Follow paperwork process through to completion (for background investigations, new hires, employee transfers, employee promotions, welcome letters… CareerBuilder
The Sherwin-Williams Company – Dayton, OH
department. * Handle customer inquiries via the telephone by providing accurate information regarding paint… CareerBuilder
The Sherwin-Williams – Johns Creek, GA
The Sherwin-Williams Company has an immediate opening for a part-time decorative sales associates at our Suwanee location. When you join… CareerBuilder
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The Sherwin-Williams Company – Cleveland, OH
• Provide comprehensive Industrial Hygiene services and act as an advisor to various internal customers. • Assists… Glassdoor
SHERWIN WILLIAMS – Orange Beach, AL
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY NOW HIRING PT Sales Associates & Drivers Competitive salaries. Flexible Hours Sales Associates will assist customers, stock… Glassdoor
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I worked at Sherwin-Williams full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
For being known as a pretty conservative company, you really experience very little of that at the store level. You get all sorts in your store, whether they are fellow employees, professional painters, or customers, and can make some lasting bonds with all of the above.
The job itself can be grueling and fast paced at times, but not too overwhelming (with a couple of exceptions). There is a lot of knowledge you have to pick up on, most of it's pretty common sense though. You may start PT for low pay, but if you can pick up a large chunk of the information quickly, and find something to specialize in you can move up ranks relatively quickly. Amazing retail and wholesale customer service experience.
We had a grill and would cook lunch for staff and customers as often as possible! I might have been lucky with a great store manager and team, who after 3 years felt like family. We had a lot of fun.
No real meal breaks. You get paid to eat but may get called away in the middle of your meal and not get back to it for a while, or may not get to eat at all when it's really busy.
Very little overtime. It would just get rolled over. So even if you stayed late to do a last minute order for the next morning, they would just cut you're hours later in the week. So no real benefits to giving 110%.
I think it would benefit the company to hire more of there Assistant Managers from within the company.
I gave them 3 months but they sat on transferring me for too long when I moved out of state, even though they said it shouldn't be a problem.
Can be understaffed at times.
Making sales calls, and trying to up sell your regulars.
These are definitely not deal breakers though.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Thank you for the opportunity. Best place I've ever worked for. Your doing pretty well supporting your "little guys" but there's a little room for improvement.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO