Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Washington State – October 26, 2017
Mclendons was recently bought out by CNRG and you can see the decline. Mclendons was an amazing place to work, great happy atmosphere, great benefits, everything was perfect till CNRG took over. Now everyone’s constantly stressed, people are dropping like flies and our health insurance cost more and covers way less!! Great temporary job but don’t make a career out of it.
Healthcare, vision, dental, no employee appreciation
Dept mgr. for electrical, plumbing (Former Employee) – Casa Linda – September 27, 2018
After I got on could not make ends meet at Elliott 'S Casa Linda had over 40 years of experience and was tool manager in the 90's. Wound up in a homeless shelter for a year till I found a job that would give me 40 hrs. And overtime...my regular salary was 10.00 at CNRG AT 30 MAYBE A WEEK. UPPER MANAGEMENT (Phillip Helms) treated me like I was an embarrassment Then cheated me out of a week's vacation. So please don't work for these people at all.
They get rid of all the old guys who know what they are doing.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Puyallup, WA – November 13, 2017
Keeping the ones who are young, have bad hygiene, and don't have a clue as to what they are doing. It used to be a good place, now it is full of managers who know nothing of applications, nor product. Just a bunch of paper pushers, who are worried about their own jobs. I would not go to work here if the pay was doubled.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 1, 2017
My time at CNRG's Town and Country Hardware brand was the best job I've ever had. I learned many valuable skills during my time there. A key emphasis for employees is on having a good personal relationship with customers, especially regulars. The hardest part of the job is often finding ways to keep yourself occupied and productive during shifts because there is often little foot traffic unless it's a holiday.