Installed Sales Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – March 26, 2016
Great place to work. Many opportunities to advance yourself into other job areas. The management at my store was fun and cared for the personnel and the company. Glad to have participated in building out store within the District from the bottom to the Top Store and each employee received $1000 bonus. I had only one complaint with a bad apple manager who was not a very nice person to the employees. I resigned because store was too far out and our great store manager moved to Winchester store.
Great employees will to help each other, nice store culture.
Morning Receiver/Stocker (Current Employee) – Riverhead, NY – October 19, 2016
I wake up at 3 in the morning to get to work by 4 a.m. its a major responsibility. The workplace taught me how to work under pressurized circumstances, the managers understand that it may not all get done but they also sometimes wish for too much with out acknowledging the reality of frustration the job comes with. My fellow workers are all inviting and social but too social. The critical part of the job is managing to completely function so early in the morning, but its great to be able to leave earlier then others to enjoy the day.
Overlook current employee abilities to achieve promotions
productivite, and great people to work with but crazy hours
Lumber customer service (Former Employee) – Salem, NC – October 19, 2016
keeping lumber stocked,and prouduct filled on shelves typical day at work keeping lumber stocked helping customers hard part about this job was flat stacking lumber coworker we all worked as a team the most enjoyable part of the job was working as a team made the job more enjoyable
Customer Service rep (Former Employee) – Vernal, UT – October 18, 2016
The hardest part of the job was dealing with irate customers and learning where everything was located in the store. my co-workers were amazing and made the job fun, and the drive to and from work was breathtaking so that was an added plus.
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – October 18, 2016
• Responsible for merchandising, sales performance, and management of employees, cash office handling • Drive sales and margin throughout store • Oversee growth and profitability of specialty and installed sales • Created a sales culture based Market and regional values • Ensure scheduling for the entire store is processed accurately to maximize sales growth and manage PTO • Promoted strong safety awareness programs to protect company assets, safety of employees and customers • Lead with an enthusiastic style which motivates all employees I’m surrounded by • Excelled with mylowes initiative, achieved 110% to yearly goal • Led pro business to a 10% increase over previous year’s profit, pro penetration went up 5% in 2015 as well • Currently 74% increase in lead production over last year • Increased stores sales by 2 million in 2015 • Successfully contributed to the stores first 3 positive inventories • Driving sales tactics through specialist meetings • Maintaining Market alignment with project tool and PSE directives, coaching and training throughout entire store
Team Member (Former Employee) – North Vernon, IN – October 18, 2016
they are working at the capacity of a family like unit. they try to help one another in and out of the work place. everyone tries to get along and its also spanish as well as english speaking so that there isnt any miscommunications
SPECIAL ORDER SALES COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Hawthorne, CA – October 18, 2016
Lowe's provides an environment to grow and acquire new skills, during my employment I learned everything from mixing paint, threading pipe and re-keying locks, these are skills that still come in useful.
PSA (Former Employee) – South Burlington, VT – October 18, 2016
I had a terrific experience working at the South Burlington Lowes. Management and co-workers were there to help and make sure you felt comfortable and appreciated. The company really does become one big family. Wonderful job to say the least.