Not A Great Place to Be, But It's A Job
Cashier (Current Employee) – West Bountiful, UT – October 7, 2018
Started out as somewhere great to be, had a flexible work schedule and good benefits, then went full time and got an opportunity to advance. Was cross-trained and kept to a set schedule, then when I tried multiple times to advance within the company again, I was told many times that it was either A) Not allowed for my position or B) I didn't make the cut, and it was handed over to others who were less qualified.
There's a lot of Nepotism at Lowe's, those being put into higher positions just because they're more liked by the other higher-ups. There's a lot of cliques, especially on the front end, but my favorite part of the day is when I'm alone for five hours and don't have to talk to anyone.
Two 15 minute breaks, An hour lunch, Sometimes there's free food
Nepotism, No real chance for advancement