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PSG Management / Sales Training Program (Entry Level)

Sherwin-Williams Portland, OR

If you think youve got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, marketer, trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an…

30+ days ago

Management Training Program - Automotive Division (MTP)

Sherwin-Williams Portland, OR

Since our founding in 1866, The Sherwin-Williams Company has not only grown to be the largest producer of paints and coatings in the United States…

30+ days ago

College Intern

Sherwin-Williams Portland, OR

To join our Intern Program, you must have demonstrated leadership ability, as well as work experience in customer service and/or sales. Bilingual…

30+ days ago

PSG Management / Sales Training Program- Canada (Entry Level)

Sherwin-Williams Vancouver, WA

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, ''marketer'', trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an… Glassdoor

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    cares more about money then the relationships they build

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR

    I have been working at Sherwin-Williams


    theres a lot to learn and getting to meet the contractors daily gives you the chance to learn and grow as a professional in this field.


    even if you have a great review your raise is somewhere between $0.10- $0.50. you only have the opportunity to move up in the company these days if you have a four year degree. in anything. they hire on new graduates with no experience in this field and give them high wages and growth opportunity but ignore the people who have been in the company for years. because of cost being cut stores are understaffed and the hours are stretched thin. to many pt/ft employees stuck working alone in the stores. the hub system is faulty and takes too long. things were smoother when stores had their own trucks.

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    pay attention to your current employees. they hold a lot of weight in the stores. they now the customers better then the management and it causes alot of ill ease when a contractor comes in to see new faces and have to constantly start over again. give credit where credit is due and take responsibility for your own mistakes. dont just assume that the people who work under you can read your mind. sacrifice your hours too. dont just keep your cushy mon-fri 7-4 schedule. its unfair to those who have to open with you one day, close the next then have to split their weekend up to cover for other. show that you are part of the team and not just "the boss". show your willing to work just as hard as the rest of the team and will let those above you know how hard your employees are really working. advice to district managers: let your stores hire from who they interview not your favorites who didnt. the store manager should be the ones with a say to who works for them.

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