Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lincoln NE – July 19, 2017
The job has a lot of variety, teamwork, and opportunities to learn. I help a lot of customers and also do things like stock shelves and unload shipments. I have become familiar with colors and types of paints
Store Manager (Former Employee) – West Helena, AR – July 18, 2017
A typical day at Sherwin Williams was unpredictable. You sometimes didn't know from what day to the next on how sales were going to be. Somedays we had 20 customers other days we would see 3 customers. I leaned a lot about paint and how to match paint colors. My DM was not understanding at all. He gave goals that were not realistic for the area I was in. I hired diversity at my store. The hardest part of the job was keeping management over me happy. The most enjoyable part of the job was flexibility. I was able to have a life outside of store hours.
I was fortunate to have an opportunity to have worked so long at a place that gave me a chance to advance and be educated on how a corporation works. They also took time to reward you when your work is above standard, but is nearly impossible to meet.
Caribbean District Export Coordinator (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 17, 2017
• Volume – 15 million in Annual Sales • General office work which includes general Human Resource responsibility such as process new hire paperwork, background check, Gems system entry and payroll. • Involved in the stores and personnel corporate training program. • Coordinate sales events and presentations and all district meetings. • Work with Caribbean customers with their sales needs and process all export documentation for all orders leaving the United States.
SALES AND SERVICE REPRESENTITIVE (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH & Detroit, MI – July 16, 2017
Tasks and responsibilities are endless and require more personal time that what is included in the salary. Although the pay is well and the position taught me numerous things regarding sales and marketing, it is soul sucking.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – July 16, 2017
Having never had in depth education regarding paint myself, the company did well to properly train new employees in products sold. The limited number of employees allowed for better development of cooperation between colleagues and increased productivity.
Paint Mixer/sales associate (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 13, 2017
The people I worked with were alright, but the company as a whole is ridiculous. They focus on mainly just making more sales and money as a whole and don't worry much about their employees. We are just a number to them!
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Round Lake, IL – July 12, 2017
I get to work with some good people as far as the staff goes. I have very flexible hours which helps with the home life. I have some customer that I enjoy seeing on a daily basis and have great conversations and learn a lot about their craft from them.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Redmond, OR – July 11, 2017
They hire a lot of people but then do not have enough hours for everyone. The people that get scheduled a lot of hours do not go to work and the people that get get scheduled little hours are always working longer than scheduled. everyone works part time even if they are hired full time