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24 days ago

PSG Management / Sales Training Program (Entry Level)

The Sherwin-Williams Company San Francisco, CA

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

30+ days ago

College Intern

Sherwin-Williams San Francisco, CA +2 locations

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

Management Training Program - Automotive Division (MTP)

Sherwin-Williams San Francisco, CA

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

Management / Sales Training Program (Entry Level)

Sherwin-Williams Richmond District, CA

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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Sherwin-Williams Chairman and CEO Christopher M. Connor
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    Solid company, good work life balance, started on the lower end of avg for college grad with engineering degree

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    Former Employee - Engineer

    I worked at Sherwin-Williams full-time for more than a year


    very solid company with good outlook. work life balance was good. There were some 60 hr weeks but thats not unheard of most of the time 45 - 50 hr weeks. Office culture was a little older and conservative but employees had been there for 10+ years so thats to be expected. (This was at manufacturing facility)


    starting salary was lower end of the spectrum for their new hires. following this model pay raises etc will be below industry standard moving forward in your career. best to try to negotiate a higher starting salary. HR can be petty at times.

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    provide more training to shift management in order to help develop.

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