Lowe's stores in Indianapolis, IN and surrounding will be offering open walk in interview opportunities for full & part-time immediate employment options on Wednesday, March 4 & Saturday, March 7.
Need a Job? Go to https://jobs.lowes.com and find a hiring event in your area today!
One of the most productive pieces of career advice I got in my early years out of college was my first manager telling me to always dress for and act for the next role I want, so that when opp opens up I am a natural to be considered. That worked in my early banking career quite well.
Nowadays part of my role is to identify new leaders. I don't really look or care about attire (Sorry Mr. Phinney, that worked in 20th-century banking but not in... see more
Worked for Lowe's for the last 3 years as an assembler. Loved the people and the customers and now my job is just gone. I asked my manager if I could please just come back and work a bit more, but he said it came from corporate and it wasn't up to him. I get it, business is business. He said I couldn't come back no more to do assembly and that's all I know there. I am a single dad and my kids birthday is coming up next month and now I have NO... see more
The whole job was great, the work, the employees, customers, the best was making the customers satisfied and happy in what they were buying.
Interested in a role in retail? News today that Lowes will be hiring 53,000 full-time, part-time, and seasonal starting next week. According to the announcement:
Lowe's stores in Florida, Southern California and Hawaii, as well as parts of Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Texas, Alabama and Georgia, where spring weather typically arrives earliest, will host the first walk-in hiring events from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 8. Candidates may receive... see more
Lowe's announced plans to fill up to 53,000 new full-time, part-time and seasonal positions, across its more than 1,700 stores in the U.S.
You can also stop by your local store and apply in person or online at https://jobs.lowes.com.
I applied and was offered a job at Lowe's recently it was a decent job but when I got my offer letter it was like 2 dollars less an hour than the lower employees made so I turned them down the offered another dollar but I can't live on what they wanted to pay me what's the best way to make sure you get the most pay from an employer.
On the plumber I know a lot about it would you like your job in the City Philadelphia or even in the store Lowe's someone get back to me
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I was laid off from Lowe's and when I tell people they keep saying sorry you got fired. Is that what they will say when my next job calls my references? Was I fired?!! What's the difference and what do I say during an interview??
It is nearly a guarantee that during your next interview the employer will ask questions to determine the reasons for ANY amount of time when you weren't employed, and this includes when/if you were laid off.
It’s important to first reassure them that your lay off was in no way a result of your productivity. It's a great idea to also be prepared to explain any circumstances at your organization that caused your layoff.
In the case of Lowe’s it... see more