The Sherwin-Williams Company – Charlotte, NC
If you think youve got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, marketer, trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an… CareerBuilder
Sherwin-Williams – Charlotte, NC
To join our Intern Program, you must have demonstrated leadership ability, as well as work experience in customer service and/or sales. Bilingual… Beyond.com
The Sherwin-Williams – Charlotte, NC
JOB TITLE: Branch Warehouser - Floorcovering DATE CREATED: February 2007 GEMS TITLE: Sales.Warehouser.Branch..FC DATE REVISED: February… CareerBuilder
The Sherwin-Williams Company – Fort Mill, SC
will include assisting customers in selecting paint and related products. You will tint and mix paint, merchandise inventory, and assist management… CareerBuilder
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I have been working at Sherwin-Williams full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
You will meet and work with a lot of great people on the store level. Contractors for the most part become daily friends that will hang out in the store and know you personally. Great promotion opportunities if you are willing to relocate, particularly for females. Solid pay/benefits.Cons
Budgets: No matter how great/bad/average your previous year's sales/profits were, you can count on the company wanting 10-14% more for your budget the following year. This makes it extremely difficult when you are following a great sales year and you made some good bonus money with another year that is STILL up in sales/profits, but you actually end up making less money because of the lack of bonus than the previous year.
Diversity: Great idea, but SW strongly focuses on promoting minorities over non-minorities who are far, FAR more qualified for a position (at least based on job resumes).
Safety Initiatives: I'm all out of patience having safety drill downs every time someone from 2 states away pulls their back lifting a bucket. They have figured out how to get a paid vacation, congratulations.
Marketing Programs: Most of these are good ideas, but stores and reps are beaten to death with "goals" to achieve from DM's and DSM's for every single program, and address you and teammates as failures if you don't hit them because they lose the little district urinating contest.
Reports: Monthly Forecasts, Jump Ball Plans, Annual Business Plan, Mid Year Business Plan, Customer Frequency Report, Monthly P&L/TIS, Opportunity Account Monthly updates, Dashboard Maintenance, Weekly Calendar in 1234 call format, Need 10+ planned calls per day (+as many as needed to make up cancellations).Advice to ManagementAdvice
You established district committees (VOICE) to address low store morale.....Did you listen? Because nothing has changed.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO