Yard Associate (Current Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – July 17, 2018
A lot of heavy lifting involved and have to work outside during high temperatures. Constantly have to work in hostile environment. Hardly any breaks. Management claims there is opportunity to grow with company but not true at all. When I started working for the company, I was approached by an assistant manager about an opening position within the company. I've been with McCoy's for several months now and the store manager never approached me to discuss about the position. Management claims to treat their employees like family but they do not. "I don't feel the love."
Not much to rate on this job, so just to put it in an easier perspective don’t apply with them. No authority or communication what so ever, just a waste of time. Just childish games by management. Very unprofessional.
Retail Cashier (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 30, 2018
Typically the mornings start off pretty fast pace and tend to slow down around lunch and get slower as the day goes on, being busier at the beginning of the week and Saturdays being very busy. Over all people oriented and awesome place to work.
A typical day for me on this job was helping high volume of people on sales floor to find various items to either fix problems at home or complete a project. I answered a high volume of calls and processed orders into computer. I would cashier at front of store if I was asked too and I really enjoyed that.
Retail Store Manager/Corporate Buyer (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – May 28, 2018
Great place to work. Really did not have the chance to support their corporate culture. There was really no time other than try to maximize sales and gross profit. That unfortunately is what I was focused on.
Family-oriented workplace with strong emphasis on emotional security
Marketing Intern and Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – May 18, 2018
The corporate environment is very caring, sensitive and supportive. High emphasis on emotional intelligence. Hard to promote because people stay in positions long term, however the environment is so healthy and caring that I would have been happy to stay.
catered lunches, corporate training, internship program with local university, holiday parties, holiday bonus
CDL Class A Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Montgomery, TX – February 15, 2018
*Driving part of the day and working in the lumber yard the rest of the day. *Learned a lot about driving different Trucks and a lot about various *types of lumber and supplies *Management was very fair as I saw it. *Good workplace culture. *Hardest part of the job was the outdoor weather. *Most enjoyable part of the job was meeting the public and making friends with repeat customers.
Outside environment, Hot Summers and Cold, Wet Winters.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Gainesville, TX – February 11, 2018
The manager that hired me was really good and made the workplace enjoyable. He got promoted to the Corporate office and the manager they brought in was not good at all. The store itself and the fellow employees were enjoyable to work with.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Manchaca, TX – January 23, 2018
It was a good experience. I stock, cashier, clean, mix paint, and cut rope. I was able to get an understanding of where the products where and able to help costumers locating the items. I had a hard time figuring out the cashier job because it operated on an older software unlike today. Very hard to get use to it but once down it was easy to use. Good environment and even got to know constant costumers.
Old Equipment, Old Cashier system, lots of paper use