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The way Sherwin-Williams trained was unique in my experience. They kept things pretty hands off and wanted to see how much initiative I would show early on. I cannot thank them enough for this, because I feel I gained a strong sense of confidence and assertiveness at work as a result. I also have good experience for a person with my time of employment with them as a result of complications like being short-staffed as well as the COVID-19 adjustments. They’re a generous company too, providing lunches on some days for us. Have a lot of appreciation for this company and my time there so far.
I worked here for one year since I am a student attending school for my nursing degree. The job is very productive. The workplace is demanding and I enjoyed working with the employees, although it was the four of us at the store. The job is flexible managements laid back, working on your own at a paint store is horrible; I hated working on my own, especially when it gets busy.
Good management, Schedule Flexibility, Opportunity for advancement
Not enough employees at store, very demanding
This is a job you where you will definitely learn something new everyday. It is interesting to learn about different aspects of painting and just home project stuff in general. It is a lot to take in, but once you get it, it's a breeze. I work part-time and I am a college student so the schedule is pretty lenient and flexible, managers are cool, benefits even for part time are pretty good. You advance and get raises fairly fast, too.
Wonderful place to work very understanding can help other painters and customers with out experienceFind the best products at Sherman Williams and to actually teach customers about paining so they can do it for themselves
I really enjoyed working here. My co workers were awesome. They made it fun. We laughed everyday. The only thing is we were always busy all the time.
Fun, great work/life balance
Busy all the time so you will have to push many 5 gallon buckets
Don’t expect to win any favors with your crew if you’re not willing to put effort into customer service. Talk to your customers and learn to get a true experience working at Sherwin. Learn your products and demonstrate you can help anyone that comes in the door and you’ll see management working your sick days and PTO in your favor.
Small crew, help people, learning opportunities
Good luck getting full-time
You will learn a lot here and meet a lot of great people that can be helpful in the long run. But if your a woman some of the painters or even the employees with make you feel like you don’t know what your talking about. Or you just don’t belong working there. But if you are strong minded that won’t break you.. because they think it’s a mans world
You have to be physically capable, and learn on the job. They have modules but they don’t mean anything. The manager was nice, and I was treated well for the most part. I did injure my back permanently and the company paid for some time off and pain killers. But that was it. It flares up if I do too much lifting. I loved the job, I loved helping people find inspiration, and educate people about house paint and the dos and donts. I loved to color match, it was my favorite thing to do, and it held the biggest challenge to me. I liked to match stain as well. Some days were busy and some days were REALLY busy. I loved the busy atmosphere, and it pained me to leave. Honestly, I transferred to a store that was not busy at all and I had to find a new job. I was not happy at my second location. No sense of leadership and no real reason to work. We had orders in the morning and then in the afternoon work completely stopped. It wasn’t worth the drive, and I was miserable with no purpose.
Interesting job, wholesome, gratifying
Job security and advancementI was fired for something out of my control during a global pandemic. My manager was the worst of the worst when it came to communication. And when he decided to fire me literally out of no where there was ZERO support from HR on getting all the information.
This job's culture is toxic. Both managers (assistant and general) would regularly give me work they didn't want to do, while sitting or standing around gossipping about other people that worked in the company.The other workers, one part-timer and a full-timer, who were told to train me, avoided doing that and their jobs like the plague.Training is next to none — you are expected to flounder in the job for 3 months. Asking questions about the job is met with a "You don't need to know that yet" and frustration. Their work standards reflect their personality; lazy and underachieving. The managers are passive-aggressive and have a real issue with speaking to you one-on-one. If you were to take the road less taken, that is asking the manager directly what you can do better or what their issue with your work is, expect an argument and to be made out to look like the aggressor. The general manager will also penalize you by way of shortening your hours. The general manager is also not good at their job, so asking them for help or to explain something to you is a catch-22. In short, I would only work here for the experience. Do not expect to grow in this company, from working at this store at least. The assistant manager was regularly fuming about being passed over for the title of general manager. I believe he said he didn't get the job because the general manager was a minority woman and Sherwin needed to feel a quota? Yeah, don't work here.
The entire job is a con
Great company to work for. Been here for about a year and a half. Management helps you understand products and make you feel like you belong. Pay and compensation is fair with insurance and stock options.
401k, Stock Purchase Plan, school/work balance