Lowe's Home Improvement
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2,421 questions about working at Lowe's Home Improvement
As a retired business owner and Lowes' employee, and having observed the operations in my store for 4 months, I would restructure the restocking procedures, back-end storage procedures, and monitor closely the employees doing these jobs until they follow procedures. Also, I would make sure that associates remain in their assigned departments as much as possible and that specialists help each other so that all benefit from the bonus structures.
Answered May 13, 2017
It was just time. I was going to leave sooner but the pandemic halted my plan's a little bit. Looking at how the company handled the whole situation, made me even more motivated to leave especially when it was "over" .
Answered March 14, 2017
Leave your personal business at the door. Stay in your department, Do your job and don't worry about anything but your job for the time you're being paid. Some that have never had a job call it being a (robot) but actually you have a job description of what is required. Nothing less nothing more. Take the same enthusiasm on the floor that you had when you interviewed and let everybody else complain... You Do You!!
Answered January 11, 2017
Disgusting... any average week took me almost 55-60 to complete. I would still get complaints.
Answered February 25, 2016
Place was like being in an abusive relationship. Training was non existent. Unrealistic expectations were given and you would get written up for not meeting these expectations and eventually get shown the door which was really a stress-relief. Even if you are desperate, don’t work at Lowe’s.
Answered February 25, 2016
Lack of customer focus. Once payment is taken customers get their things whenever it is felt to give them it. The systems are not acceptable at all.
Answered May 1, 2017
Variety of assignments keeps energy flowing. Helping out the customers.
Answered November 22, 2019
Caring for your employees, a lot of people struggle with depression or anxiety, care for their mental health! Get better training. Listen to employees when they say they are being harassed by their supervisors.
Answered March 15, 2017
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Answered March 15, 2017
Get enough hands for each department and listen to the employees when they are trying to tell you there’s a problem with management. Bad Managers is Lowe’s only problem if y’all clean that up Lowe’s would be a outstanding place to work!
Answered January 26, 2018
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