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Fun and exciting place to work, everyday is something new.
Accounts Manager (Current Employee), Merced, CAApril 10, 2014
A typical day at work starts at 9 AM with my call list for the day and hack at it one call at a time, then head out on the field to do my field visits. I have managed 4-5 associates at a time, the only hard part of the job would have to be field visiting in the 100+ degree summer weather. Woking here for five years has given me a different view on people – more... and how you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover because there are many wonderful people in this world and full of life and I have had the pleasure in getting to know some of these customers by doing my job. – less
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excellent compay
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Woodbridge, VAApril 9, 2014
the benfits are outstanded and the place of business is comfortable to work this company
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Good people good benifits
General Manager (Current Employee), Salem, VAApril 7, 2014
Pros: good people and good benefits
Cons: long hours no time with family
I worked good hours here that were always the same, worked with great people that were very knowledgeable about the company.
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very fun and competitive workplace
CSR & Sales Manager (Former Employee), Madison, TNApril 6, 2014
Pros: fun and competitive environment; room for advancement
Cons: lack of clear communication at times;late delivery days
I loved this environment! It was a nice combination of customer service, management, competition and fun all rolled into one. With every sale there was always a commission factor.The coworkers were nice competition and we always worked well together to complete the tasks at hand. The hardest part of the job was collecting on very overdue accounts. The – more... most enjoyable part was interacting with the clients and having a good time while finding them exactly what they needed. – less
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Unorganized
Product Technician (Current Employee), Columbus, MSApril 6, 2014
Pros: out on the truck
Cons: no teamwork
There are things that unorganized and no structure in management
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There was no career growth
Customer Accounts Manager (Current Employee), Houston, TXApril 6, 2014
Pros: weekly pay
Cons: there is no life balance
I was promised career growth in six months and I still have not received it, and i have been a solid employee since 5/20/13; which is why I am seeking a career change, stabilty, life balance, etc.
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Don't Get Comfortable
Customer Accounts Manager (Former Employee), Batesville, ARApril 1, 2014
Pros: a paycheck, getting out of store on deliveries/ collections, day shift
Cons: hrs uncompensated, immoral mgmt, bonuses not pd, work saturdays, favoritism
The work itself isn't really that bad. Much depends upon the manager that you get. I would expect that most managers attempt break your spirit more so than motivate you to good results. To an educated person, "the pathway", is a brain-washing attempt and should be called "business for dumbies." Nothing is open to interpretation. There is only one way – more... to do everything and it doesn't matter how talented that you are. The pay is lower than average even for industry, unless you are a GM. People's tenure in this org seems to depend more upon there ability to take abuse, disrespect, and micro-management to a ridiculous degree. This is why they can't retain good talent. When customer count declines, The GM stopped closing out items when they were returned to the store and waited until right before they charged off to put them back into inventory. This is very dishonest. This affects the bonuses paid and "apparent" performance of Nons team. So, don't expect your bonuses, unless you are in sales. They will find a way to short you on pay every way possible. And pay is 2 times per month, NOT EVERY 2 WEEKS! Meaning you get 24 checks per year, not 26 if you were paid every 2 weeks. If you are on salary, expect to be worked 50+ per wk and driving to multiple locations with your own vehicle and gas. You can expect about the same from this industry as that of fast food, only that the management is much less professional and as IMMORAL as I have EVER seen!!! If you have any ethics or morals, you need not apply!! – less
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Aarons
Aarons Sales and Lease (Former Employee), Irwin, PAMarch 29, 2014
a typical day at work would go smooth. I learned how to maneuver with merchandise. My management and co-workers were the coolest. The hardest part was when the deliver truck comes to our store we have to unload every piece of item. The fun part was some days we do little to no work
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Rent To Own Company
General Manager (Former Employee), Forsyth, GAMarch 27, 2014
Pros: salary, healthcare
Cons: very long hours, very little room for advancement
Excellent benefits and salary. Very little room for advancement at the store level.
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It served its purpose in my life.
Sales Manager (Current Employee), Greensboro, NCMarch 27, 2014
It served its purpose in my life. but the season has come to an end.
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High Paced, Great People, Best Customers
General Manager (Former Employee), Ukiah, CAMarch 27, 2014
Pros: excellent pay and benifits
Cons: very long days, worked 6 days a week
Enjoyed getting my customers the things they needed or wanted and seeing them happy.
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Bad Management
Sales Manager (Former Employee), Albany, GAMarch 27, 2014
At Aarons I worked from sun up to sun down, I never had a weekend off but i spent most of my day trying to get customers to get an account with is which was hard some times. Management was good at all at this job.
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Fun workplace with great opportunities for advancement
Sales Manager/ Accounts Manager (Former Employee), Charter Township of Clinton, MIMarch 26, 2014
Pros: nascar races
I started out as a customer service representative, and became a sales manager within a year. They saw my potential and allowed me to be creative. My coworkers were supportive and we worked well as a team. We had awesome trips to the Nascar raceway several times a year and got bonus for a job well done.
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Selling and Leasing
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Hamilton, OHMarch 25, 2014
Pros: friendly team members
Cons: training wasn't very thorough
I would show customers the different items we had to offer, take payments, call about late payments, and clean.
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Great company
General Manager (Current Employee), Round Rock, TXMarch 23, 2014
Pros: good workin environment
Cons: not close to me anymore
This company is great, a good place to work with many opportunities, left because they moved.
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Some days were easy while others sucked
Product tech (Former Employee), OklahomaMarch 23, 2014
Pros: driving a lot to customer's homes. sometimes driving in total of about 250 miles a day.
Cons: pay sucks, incentives are unattainable, blamed for everything that goes wrong
Job itself isn't too hard. Worse part is when some customer's homes are either roach infested or just smell like complete poo. Some customers were super nice and appreciative while others hated you. What made me hate the job was my general manager. If a problem came up he would throw you under the bus in a heart beat to make himself look good. He would – more... tell the customer they were getting a new product and it would be roach infested so I would have to clean it out to make it look new again which I didn't like doing because instead of selling it used he sold it as band new. All in all I was payed 9 bucks an hour to deliver stuff. It's easy but challenging too. Especially if you have a terrible and stupid manager. For the job I did as a product tech the pay is terrible. – less
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Definitely never a dull moment.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Cleveland, MSMarch 22, 2014
Pros: bonuses
Cons: hours
I loved my job and what I did. The pay was great and although some days were no walk in the park my coworkers were definitely fun to work with!
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ok place to work
Product Technician (Former Employee), Kingman, AZMarch 21, 2014
was a fun place to work but got baught out by a franchise and everything went down hill from there
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Very Challenging
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Edwardsville, ILMarch 18, 2014
Pros: hour lunch, understanding manager
Cons: hours and pay
A typical day, I come in and work on the nons-side of the accounting department. After that, I help open the store and get the registers ready for the day. I keep in contact with customer's with their products and to see if there is any other merchandise or product I can get them. If so, I spend time going in depth with the pricing on the product. I – more... love my co-workers, but days can be challenging as we are a hard working store., and some days it feels like its not good enough. – less
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A job I would go back too, given higher pay.
Lead Product Technician (Former Employee), Abilene, TXMarch 18, 2014
Pros: everyday was different and familiar at the same time.
Cons: some customer's houses were unsanitary.
I would walk in and check the scheduled deliveries. I would then plan the routes within my three team members. I would check to make sure the correct product was staged for the loading of the delivery trucks. While making sure the product was replaced on the floor in the correct manor. After all deliveries were ready I would help load the trucks in – more... the most safe, secure, and efficient way possible. After my drivers left the store, I would then stage for the afternoon deliveries. With any time that I had left, I would repair and clean what ever furniture and appliances needed it. – less

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About Aaron's, Inc.

Aaron's is the leader in lease ownership and specialty retailing of all furniture, consumer electronics, appliances, computers – Read more