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What is the work environment and culture like at Lowe's?

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Unless your in a "click" dont expect to be recognized for hard work and true experience.

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You get hired and one month later they eliminated our delivery driver position!!

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The work environment is somewhat ok. The only thing is that there's not enough power equipment to go around for some departments. Including Balleymores, Star Wars, and pickers. There are many times that I have to keep customers waiting to pull product down from top stock, because of the lack of available power equipment. I've also been passed up on Specialist jobs, and I work my tail off every day and night I'm scheduled. I've been promised things there, and haven't seen any progress on anything I've applied for. No interviews, etc. I kinda feel like I'm wasting my time there, with wages that are an insult for the work I put in. I've also been promised full time hours, and keep getting hours cut. Wages need to better. And raises need to be quarterly, not annually. And... Raises need to more than $0.14 per hour.

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Fast paced and stand tall to their original goals.

Answered - Home Decor Salesman (Current Employee) - Findlay, OH

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The working environment is good with the employees but the management is not good a lot of favortism and don't want to deal with customer issues

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No communication, no support from mgrs, no team work, crazy hrs, unproductive kifs worling there & in charge which is so ridiculous. Once it was a better store but change in mgt made it horrible..sad. Clicks and only friends of friends get good positions.

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Stressed and not properly managed

Answered - Project Specialist Interiors (Current Employee) - Liverpool, NY

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Its ok most coworkers are friendly

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No accountability, lack of structure.

Answered - Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) - Simpsonville, SC

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It was ok. Most of my co workers were very helpful. I had a lot of trouble learning the computer system, and it seemed I was always bothering someone to help me, but almost everyone was very nice.

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