Weekday Team Member (Current Employee), Beaumont, TX – December 25, 2014
I worked at two Lowes location. Where I was first hired at, I loved the management and job culture. Management were eager to help floor employees, and consistently gave encouragement to work harder. The store I am currently at is very disorganized, biased management, preferential treatment, (but again nothing due to company's policy, just managers in – more... place are not up to task on hand). It is not a career, in my opinion, but a job. – less
Lowe's Home Improvement is an excellent placeto work with managers that care about their employees.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Spokane, WA – December 24, 2014
A typical day at Lowe's Home Improvement was stock shelves, help customers find products, and then help customer load products on to carts and in their vehicle. Manage encouraged every employee to do their best and help out when every needed.
I have worked at Lowe's for many years and have enjoyed every one of them. A typical day includes working staff and helping customers fulfill their needs. Lowe's is a great company and I have no complaints.
Unloader (Former Employee), North Attleboro, MA – December 23, 2014
Lowe's is a pleasant and friendly environment to work. Managers and co-workers are respectful and helpful to not only customers but also to other co-workers I enjoyed learning new things such as the training for a fork lift license.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee), Wilkesboro, NC – December 22, 2014
Pros: benefits, culture
Cons: limited ceiling, advancements are predetermined
Lowe's Contact Center can be very rewarding and challenging. It is the hardest department in Lowe's Corporate to work in my opinion as the fast paced environment is always changing. You have to adapt and continuously be on your toes.
Department Manager (Former Employee), Henderson, NV – December 22, 2014
Depending on the location you could end up with a good team or equally bad one. Bad associates tend to stick around and the better one leave. The management teams hardly do what they promise or say they are. Firing a person with attendance problems takes over 3 months because its like a 80 strike rule.
a place to learn a multitude of different departments
Warehouse/Forklift Driver (Former Employee), Gautier, MS – December 22, 2014
Pros: relax and enjoy my lunch and talk to my customers
Cons: not able to please the customers
trying to help needs keep a smile on my face trying to get along with other workers stocking shelves and lifting 5 gals of paint after my shift i can look back and see how the few i really made happy out way those i couldn't
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), MO – December 19, 2014
Pros: long lunchbreak, friendly interactions, flexible schedule
Cons: expensive healthcare
Lowe's was an enjoyable place to work. I learned a lot about interacting with customers and retail. My favorite place to work as a cashier was in the Lawn and Garden. I liked working in the outdoors among all the flowers and garden plants. I learned a lot about how to grow plants and what the different varieties are called. My co-workers were very knowledgeable – more... in their respectful departments and were helpful in answering any questions. The hardest part of my job was working at the customer service desk when we were short-handed and the store was busy. I learned to multi-task in that environment. – less
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Hampton, NJ – December 19, 2014
i learned a lot in 6 years ,,good place to work if management is good,made a lot of friends that i worked with and as regular customers,just have to get use to different hours and days you work,got to work weekends,,
Area Merchandiser (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – December 19, 2014
Pros: good teamwork
Cons: everything was great
a typical day with the workers was fun,we help each other when our department was done we laugh told some jokes because we finished all our work early so we had time the hardest part of our job was saying goodbye because we got laid off.
Mgt hates lower employees, harassment and ridicule
Customer Service (Current Employee), Peoria, IL – December 19, 2014
Pros: all current peoria, il employees trying to leave
Cons: eeoc claims, mgrs who make fun of thier employees
Very rude, horrible Mgt and most employees including Mgt are having relationships with co-workers and other Mgrs. Employees get fired weekly and it is all just under job performance. Worst HR in the business and the worst position and Company I have ever worked for.