Working at Lowe's Companies, Inc

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  • Appreciation
    2.8
  • Company Outlook
    3.3
  • Fair Pay
    2.5
  • Learning and Development
    3.0
  • Manager Communication
    3.2
  • Manager Relationship
    3.6
  • Pay Policy
    2.5
  • Pay Transparency
    2.5
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Lowe's Companies, Inc Reviews

What is it like working at Lowe's Companies, Inc?

April 2019
"It's a good way to learn something new everyday."
Sales Associate in Stockton:
Pros: Solving problems that people may have.
Cons: Bad Customers
August 2020
"The nightmare is real."
Lead Cashier in Cedar Park:
Pros: At first all of it. After about 3 months, I enjoy my coworkers (not managment)
Cons: There is NO communication. The managers are brainwashed yes men who are fire happy and insist we work on a skeleton crew so they can get their bonus.
June 2015
"Poor management."
Sales Specialist:
Pros: The people.
Cons: Almost at every aspect poor management that loves to over work employees to try to get there bonus.
June 2015
Assistant Store Manager:
Cons: Commuting, dealing with misinformed customers.
August 2015
"ASM without the pay."
Retail Department Manager:
Pros: The customers can be great. Also the staff has great potential.
Cons: They have some really weak management policies.
September 2015
"Awful."
Sales Associate:
Pros: I like working with the plants.
Cons: Management, stress level, perks, corporate culture.
January 2016
"Decent company."
Loss Prevention Manager:
Pros: The job has some great perks including healthcare, pto, and incentives for reaching goals. The policies and procedures that are in place work well if used. Also, their training program and blue prints are great for new associated if used.
Cons: Like any company management is not consistent. They do no enforce the training programs at a store level.
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