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I love the atmosphere but the pay is lacking.
Account Manager / Human Resources (Current Employee), Bessemer, ALJune 25, 2015
Pros: working as much as possible for the overtime.
Cons: no raises and being appreciated
Typical day would consist of collecting payments and keeping all customers up to date on their accounts; and handling all paperwork for new applicants and new hires.

The hardest part is tracking down customers who are dodging payment, but I have always found them. Even when I have to drive on my lunchtime to collect.

The most enjoyable part of my job is the closeness of the employees and hearing the great compliments I have received; so I know I am doing a great job.
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Hard work with pay off if you work with company
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Nicholasville, KYJune 10, 2015
Pros: Off two day a week.
Cons: Compensation is based on Outside sales team
Work with the company and they will in turn work with you in regards for results. Work the system and build relationships and you will reap the benifits of your work.
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Okay place to work
Customer Service Manager (Current Employee), Bradenton, FLJune 8, 2015
Good people to work with, and work with the home owners to fix their windows and trim. All the people that I work with are easy going people.
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Job from the beginning
Manager Trainee (Former Employee), Clarksville, TNJune 7, 2015
Pros: Learned new things
Cons: Income was bad
I wasn't expecting to stay as long as I did but working so many hours to pay the rent kept me coming back for a pay check. From installing door and windows to packing shingles on a roof or packing 4x12 drywall up stairs.
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Educational Experience
Manager Trainee (Current Employee), Loyalhanna, PAMay 28, 2015
This company wants its employees to understand exactly what they are selling and how to help customers. However, coming in as someone who knows nothing about construction made it very difficult to work there.

The work days are 11 hours long with a single half hour break. As a manager trainee you will do literally everything in the store, which means you'll learn how the store is run top to bottom.
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We have a grill we can cookout on
Sales Coordinator (Current Employee), Fayetteville, NCMay 21, 2015
Too much vulgar language - the bad 4 letter word flows like a river all day long from manager on down.

Get along with everyone pretty much.

Learned new computer system

Hardest part is keeping busy!!
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Developing New while maintaing current account realtionships
Outside Sales (Current Employee), Raleigh, NCMay 21, 2015
Pros: Interacting with Accounts, mix of office and field work
Cons: looking for new challenge
Typical day consists of blueprint takeoffs , putting proposals together both turnkey and material only . Field work learning what competition is successful at and also what their struggles are .

Co-workers are top notch A players

Hardest part is failing or letting a account down

Most rewarding are developing relationships, closing the sale , and recovering from a set back .
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Good Place to Work
Warranty Manager (Former Employee), Bessemer, ALMay 10, 2015
Good place to work. Management good, if there was a dislike I had it would have been office co workers were always negative
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Good dispatch manager. not a very good store manager
Yard Associate (Current Employee), Murfreesboro, TNApril 30, 2015
Pros: Money
Cons: management, stress, no life
Worked way to late. 6am to sometimes 9pm.
Store manager screams and yells at people, NOT HOW YOU MANAGE PEOPLE!
Do way more work than what you are paid for.
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Fun times with my good friend
Yard Worker (Former Employee), Depew, NYApril 13, 2015
Pros: Free doughnuts in the mornings sometimes
Cons: A large amount of labor for minimum wage
Every day we would go into the lumber yard with a list of pickups. In order to get most of the lumber that we needed, we worked forklifts. We used a special banding item to wrap the lumber as directed.

Management and my co-workers were all really nice. My favorite part of the job was that it was with a good friend of mine who lived near by. We were put together to do jobs for a while until we were independent enough to run jobs separately.

The hardest part of the job was that when it rained, you had to finish your load before going inside. I had forgotten my coat one time and got rained on. But I was fine.
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A very comfortable place to work at.
Outside Sales Representative- Contracted (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FLApril 9, 2015
Cold calling every day while tenured sales people sit in the office watching yahoo.Instead of reaching there potencial they would rather have accounts dropped in there laps.
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horrible
Manager Trainee (Former Employee), VirginiaMarch 20, 2015
Pros: work day goes by quick due to business
Cons: lack of management/ethics
hired with the understanding I would need to learn the field (since I'm an IT grad, and not a contractor. Area Manager said he was hiring me because I was a college grad so I could learn the field. Then, I was fired less than 6 months later with my only given reason being that I wasn't familiar enough with the industry, regardless of having passed all tests I had been given to that point.
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Good fun Place
Builder (Former Employee), Coal Center, PAMarch 13, 2015
Extremely fun environment! makes it worth the while. when you get a crew going and have fun it makes it all extremely fun. Breaks are all good
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Great Company
Data Entry Coordinator/ Assistant (Current Employee), Greenville, SCMarch 2, 2015
I Loved working for this Company. Highly recommended! Company was bought out by Meritage of Arizona.At that time Legendary did a layoff of Greenville employees.
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Economic Down Turn
Store Manager (Former Employee), Austin, TXFebruary 28, 2015
Pros: Pay Free will
Cons: Long hours
This would have been the dream job if it had not been 2007. Once the housing market crashed this job was terrible for everyone. And if you were at the top of the food chain it was even worse. The company was ok. The upper management in my area was bad the free rein was great so it really didnt matter..
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relaxed layed back work environment
Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Greenville, SCFebruary 28, 2015
it was a pretty easy job, you did the same thing everyday. pull your materials, load up, drive to the job site, unload, take pictures, and then of to the next job. I enjoyed working on my own and planning out my day. I didn't really enjoy working in the rain and the cold, but all in all it was a fun job.
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productive,well balanced fun and professional.
commercial driver (Former Employee), Sacramento, CAFebruary 27, 2015
First thing inspect truck. The go hang out in office talking to the co workers, joke talk about life. the management was great. Sometimes we had very long hours.the people made it enjoyable.
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Not the best
Order Builder (Former Employee), Conroe, TXFebruary 20, 2015
Pros: relaxed work enviroment
Cons: management didn't speak english
It's a really relaxed place. At least where I worked.
They didn't ask for my I-9 till about 6 months after working there so that's about how expendable I was.
No one ever noticed anything you would do. Just work which isn't a bad thing.
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First step back in the Lumber World
Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee), Statesville, NCFebruary 16, 2015
Pros: good stepping stone into the industry
Cons: minimumal compensation for the job
This is a Tough company to work for. While I was there I did learn a lot about the industry in several areas of North Carolina while working with them. In Outside Sales working for 84 you have to be very resourceful and capable of doing several different jobs internally as an employee.
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very fun place to work plenty of growing opportunities
Co-Manager (Former Employee), Yuma, AZFebruary 15, 2015
working for this company was probably the best experience so far, it provided plenty of knowledge as well as being able to learn and grasp every single point related to this company.

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About 84 Lumber Company

84 Lumber Company was founded by Joe Hardy in 1956 in the town of Eighty Four, Pennsylvania, where the original store continues – Read more

84 Lumber Company Salaries

Manager Trainee
$31,426 per year
Laborer
$8.75 per hour
Cashier/Shift Manager
$9.27 per hour
Delivery Driver
$9.33 per hour
Driver
$8.96 per hour

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Huntersville, NC
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