- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Not a bad place to work .Jan 26, 2023 - Fulfillment Associate in Wilmington, NCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Freedom of the position. A controlled environment as long as you're not working in the garden center, pulling carts or outside in lumber. The benefits should be included & not paid for by the employees. This company would probably have heart failure at the mention of a UNION. Advancement is there for the taking plus the employee has other training options. .
#1 Pay is not what I would call satisfactory . #2 Working conditions are not that great either . #3 Keeping up to date on their computer training , which I understand is a priority . #4 Work schedule, you can expect to work almost every weekend. #5 Attempting to get time off. There's not much flexibility so people are forced to call out unless you can swap schedules, GOOD LUCK. #6 Expect to have to bust your butts to appease the NOT so surprise inspections . #7 Store & Department management can in a lot of cases be the stores downfall. #8 Grossly understaffed. my job is made so much harder when I/we have to stop to help customers because of the lack of dept support. #9 Pulling appliances for customer pickup especially the real heavy ones.Continue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee★★★★★
GoodMar 26, 2023 - Sales AssociateRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I like working at lowes.
There is no cons really that I can think of at the top of my head.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Good if you can find a store with competent leadershipMar 23, 2023 - Night Operations Supervisor in Kansas City, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
-Among the highest paying retailers, including Walmart, for hourly supervisor positions. -Improving technological capacity -Consistent but "unplanned" bonuses are regularly awarded to all associates by current CEO
Store quality varies wildly from store to store. Some markets have extremely high senior leader turnover, a phenomenon which began when the current CEO onboarded. Some of the initiatives the company has launched need revised, particularly everything surrounding logistics and freight flow, in store replenishment processes, etc. The company relies too much on brute forcing their way through freight issues at a store level. Supervisors are glorified complaint takers and power equipment operators. I've also been laid off by this company in spectacularly borked fashion by the previous CEO. The company didn't intend for us to find out on our own, but it happened anyway when Lee Hect and Harrison, the law firm that represents Lowe's in the event of mass layoffs, mistakenly used UPS to send out verified notices of separation/severance packages. This meant everyone who was getting fired KNEW they were getting fired a full week in advance.Continue reading