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I was treated very unfair. You can come to work everyday on time and work hard but that will not matter. If they don’t like you it will be miserable

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Terrible work schedule

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If you don't mind being the only closer on Saturday and Sunday nights when there are 7 guys in your department and when you complain to management they retaliate....this is the place for you.
If you can afford to live on 25 hours when management cuts your hours from 32 - 37 down to 25 so management can make its bonus and still expects you to "be happy". This is the place for you. If don't mind being the "support" for the full time employees so they can enjoy cushy hours and be home early or not even scheduled on the weekend, then this is the place for you. Not for me. No thank you.

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Run as fast as you can. Rip up the app and don't answer if they call you back. Used to be a decent store, then Lowes started sending the under performers from stores like Colerain and Norwood to this store, and their demoted corporate goons. There are better jobs out there with more professional atmospheres management and corporate that has more respect for their employees. The management from head cashiers on up are a joke. I've seen grade schoolers with more maturity, and if you're lucky, the very best that places like Linn St. and Covington have to offer. Corporate has absolutely no regard for employees or anything else but it's bottom line. You are LESS than a number to them. You are a burden that corporate has to pay to work for them because we all know they definitely don't want to do the heavy lifting, work the awful schedules (and I mean the schedules are some of the worst I've seen, or deal with the customers. And for all of your hard work you'll be rewarded with waiting on customers from anywhere from 3-5 departments on your own (heavy lifting) the only cashier on shift during the busiest times of the day, work 7 days a week, 8 hour days (really nine cause you have to take a lunch) if you're full time. Rip that app up and run like shell. Don't look back.

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Applied on Thursday, called on Monday, interviewed on Thursday, drug tested at interview (was a good sign I was getting a job), Thursday afternoon store manager called and offered me a job, I accepted, Saturday the official offer came via email along with background check questionnaire and phone call to answer any questions. All the tests and background check should come back by Tuesday and I would start Wed. So almost two weeks. But, I have a feeling that this particular store is an exception...I had a really great experience with the interview as well.

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No favoritism. Enjoy and help each other. Teach, learn

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Love my Lowes job. Receiver/Stocker I

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