Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 December 2018
Takes great care of their customers in a pleasant manner.Sales are frequent to keep the customers shopping for bargains and guaranteed to satisfy. also offer customer support in loading product at the door service.
Fashion Plumbing Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 15 September 2018
I enjoyed working at Lowe's. It was fast paced in my particular Fashion Plumbing dept, The only reason I have for leaving is my personal circumstances have changed and I have relocated to the Comox Valley, There is no Lowe's 😢
Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 September 2018
For the most part the management teams for the 2 stores I have worked at have been decent, with the occasional bad apple that turns up because of store transfers. The worst part of the job is the lack of work/life balance. They don't want you to have a live outside of the company. If your lucky enough to get one of the few permanent full time positions then requesting time off becomes impossible. There is also zero hope of having ANY kind of regular schedual. All full time staff need to be availve the 120 hours a week the store is operating and work all shifts in one week period.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 11 June 2018
Such a wonderful staff with a real willingness to help customers but was really lacking in the managements willingness to help their employees. Lowes would not even write me a reference letter said it was against company policy?
Sales Specialist Appliances (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 20 April 2018
Very nice company and staff, super helpful and patient, Lowes offers the best services to impact customers. There are some parts needing to be improved such as receiving and delivery and sometimes long lead time after placing an order, but overall, it's a very good working environment for people who wants to work in retail.
Paid Training, Health insurance, holiday and sick hours.
Fun workplace which offers variety and a space to meet and help new great people in the world.
Cabinet Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Brantford, ON – 28 March 2018
It is a nice place to work, it's social and it has a lot of variety. I like that I get to meet new people and help people every day. I have been there for 8 years and our management pretty much leaves us to do what we know how to do which is great. We have a good team that is helpful, and there is always something to do.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – SHERWOOD PARK AB – 12 March 2018
Started when store was being built.. Hard work but was able to get a fair bit of exercise. Lots of standing . Tried to transfer to red deer store but they did not hire me as I took approved/ un paid time off.
Appliance Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Ancaster, ON – 31 January 2018
I would typically come to the floor and check all my orders making sure everything was ready and up to date. After that i can start helping out customers on the sales floor with any questions or inquiries they had on appliances. Then hopefully closing the sale. The most enjoyable part was closing a big sale and successfully up-selling.
loved working in a clean environment, the job was good, management has their favorites and their is lots of gossiping between management to staff and staff to management. which was the hardest part of the job. the best part is most of the staff.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Balzac, AB – 1 August 2017
This place was amazing to work for the people are very friendly when i did work here in 2010-2013 loved the atmosphere management helps you when yeah need it most will take a bit of time to get there but they will help you eventually.
Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 22 July 2017
toxic work environment. management treats employees awful and the shifts are terrible. I was harassed and nothing was done about it. I asked about my shifts and they retaliated by making fake write ups.
Plumbing Sales Specialist Full Time (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 July 2017
There is no training other the on the job, meaning you need to learn quickly and without much interaction with other associates. There doesn't seem to be a lot of long term associates working for the company the max would be 4-5 years the shifts are 9 hours with one hour lunches. IMPACT is their company go to for sales and customer service They use a dos based point of sale The assistant managers are always hidden in the office the DM seem to pretty much run the store.
Kitchen Cabinets Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 June 2017
Worked for 4 years, Very experience with store manager but assistant managers were supportive however terrible coverage on the floor for breaks and lunches. sometimes neighbor department colleagues go for lunch and breaks for ever and you are forced to watch 2 to 3 departments by your self leaving you stressed and frustrated. No room for advancement if you are not store manager's favourite.