Compare Sherwin-Williams vs Hyland BETASee how Hyland vs. Sherwin-Williams compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Sherwin-Williams full-time
401K, Pension, Bonuses, Profit Sharing, $150,000 expense account, working from home, healthcare benefits, fast track promotions...
The first years are difficult but if you stick with it you will see returns.
Advice to Management
Please invest in technology! I understand that you are trying but it isn't enough. The app is a good start but need much more work. The computer systems are slow and inadequate for a company that is... trying to compete with HD and soon Amazon. Continue to invest in the delivery system its worth it! The international expansion is going too slow, please increase expending in these areas...
I have been working at Hyland full-time for less than a year
The people are great, super welcoming and laid back. There are snacks, coffee, and 2 dinners on campus with pretty good food. Very philanthropic company, especially around the holidays. Always... opportunities to volunteer and use your VTO. PTO is pretty good, 15 days to start with 1 floating holiday, 1 1/2 VTO days, 12 flex days, and major holidays off. Full benefits with a 6% match for 401K. Daycare onsite for the little ones. Plenty of fun events for employees including Rocktoberfest, food trucks, welcome to work day, Holiday parties, Summer parties etc. Pay can be good depending on what department you’re in... So many on-site amenities like basketball court (indoor and outdoor), tennis courts, volleyball courts, bocce courts, hammocks, walking trails, bikes, slides, a game room, etc.
Pay can be different depending on what department you’re in. Sales tends to be the highest paid as well as management (team leads, managers, VPs etc.). Can be cliquey depending on what department... you’re in as well, but everyone for the most part is nice. 53% of the people that work for Hyland are referrals...so naturally, a lot of family members do work here, so nepotism has been mentioned, but at the end of the day, Hyland only hires those who will do the best job. Benefits can be expensive