Sherwin-Williams-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Columbus, OH
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great place with great benifits and pay plan to work 60 plus hours weekly (mandatory) switching to a mill shift across most of plants in company (24hr operations) get 30 lunch and 10min break on a 12 hr shift
Horrible experience. Underpaid and under staffed stores. Constantly working more than the required 44/48hrs, more often than not, unpaid. Unattainable sales goals. Strongly favors promoting women over more qualified and/or educated men. Watch your career stand still while the women get hand picked and groomed to surpass you, but you'll still be the one they call and lean on for product and service support.At the end of the day, the only thing this company values is its stock price.
Sexist culture, no work-life balance, tone-deaf upper management
Company is great and the people I work with are wonderful. Have been of great help to me during these times . the team cares alot about the people in the field and are always out with the team getting to know us and providing new and fun things to do.
My pay, flexibility
Low pay for associates
Bad training, you get thrown under the bus every time management needs a escape goat, 12 hour shift while the majority of management works 8 with no weekends, don’t get stuck on night shift management will claim they got your back but they really don’t
a typical day at work , have an start up shift meeting , get your batch ticket and pull over your raw material and get started on your batch ,once batch is finish pump the batch over to your thindown tank and finish adding rest of the raw material .
Very racist environment... And whoever reads this will do nothing about it... The mananment shows favouritism and all they care about is getting the paint out the door... This is nothing new at Sherwin William's and the old timers can attest to my words....Money was good, but the headache of racist mansngement was over the Top💯
Great stores in CMH, OH. -DYI and contractors. Good support from corporate Sherwin-Williams in Cleveland, OH. Associates often buy lunch and/or dinner. Managers take care of their associates and are very flexible on scheduling.
SW is a good company over all. However I question the reasoning behind a lot of things. Management can be great. But actual product knowledge is lacking if you won’t are in the retail division. I’ve asked for 2 years now for more training on products and it falls on deaf ears. More about profit than doing what is right for the customer sometimes. It’s a give and take.
Lack of training, communication
Health insurance/ Stock/ hours
This review will be short because there isn't really anything to complain about working at Sherwin Williams. This is one of the better companies I have ever worked for. Management listens to the employees concerns about making the workplace better. The only negative aspect I can think of is the attendance point system. Once you reach 7 points the company will fire you as per corporate policy. If you are 1 minute late you get 1/2 point. If you leave early to take an extra minute on lunch you get 1/2 point. A call off is 1 point. No call no show is 2 points. Points fall off 12 months after accumulated. I know someone that had to back out of voluntary OT 12 hour shift and got 2 points as it was over 8 hours. The point system is so bad its one of the only reasons I had to subtract Stars. I basically have to get to work 15 minutes early and sit in my car to ensure I'm safe, which is basically extra time I'm not being paid for. I take 28 minute lunches for the same reason. The total you can float (6.5) is so low and the fall off period is so long you have to play it safe for when you inevitability get stuck in traffic or need to call off. My site is moving to 12 hour shifts so any call off will now be 2 points which means 4 in a 12 month period and you are fired. They will work with you occasionally with approval from your manager to shuffle your schedule around and not be docked points. You can also take unpaid vacation days or so I've heard from HR.
Paid lunch break, lots of paid OT opportunities which is usually voluntary.
Attendance point system
I truly enjoy speaking with the customers that enter Sherwin. They are either extremely knowledgable about their craft, or eager to learn how to do something new. This makes meeting people so interesting because I never know what type of person I'm going to meet. It does take some natural hard work to work here, but there no aspects of the job that I find too difficult or anything that I feel is impossible to learn.
I worked at SW for nearly 20 years. It has been going through some growing pains the past few years, and many longtime EE's have left the company. Overall, positive place to start your career in Sales.
Competitve environment, Great rewards for performance
Management expectation are unrealistic in tough markets.