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If you were to leave Sherwin-Williams, what would be the reason?

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Never got an up or down reply on my application. Sold roofing, lubricants and industrial coatings going back 30 plus years including bidding on urethane coating for the Red Hill Fuel Tanks in early 80s. . Have always been successful where I worked.

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If I recieved a job closer to home with better hours.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Western New York District

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I left after 21 years. They lack leading by example. While you are working holidays, management is getting paid time off.
Pay blows. In Southern California, they have been in a critical wage crisis for 10 years. When you ask HR or Regional management, they get nasty with you. All the while they are buying luxury homes, cars, and fancy vacations. Average raise is about .30 cents a year raise.

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Expected to wear casual dress clothes with your polo shirt tucked in AND work in a warehouse, unload trucks in 85-95 degrees weather.
The store temperature is controlled from afar and 74 degrees is too warm when slinging 50-60 lb 5 gallon buckets of paint a lot of the day.

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I did leave. I was laid off.

Answered - Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) - San Francisco, CA

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Lack of adequate hours to staff store, consistent rotation of employees at all levels, ever increasing expectations and work load, unobtainable goals to suppress annual raise, consistent work intrusions into personal time, and lack of focus through a constant rotation of expected sales drives and programs

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For going above and beyond my job duties and not advancing in the company as a result. Working a job above my pay grade and title.

Answered - Sales Associate Full-Time (Current Employee) - Vancouver, WA

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To persue a new adventure

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Ohio

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I left for a better business opportunity

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN

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Unfair pay wage and not much room for advancement. No raises or opportunities to move up

Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) - 717 s 1st street louisville ky

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