Manager (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 24, 2017
Lack of management very stressful. One minutes it's this rule and the next it's this one. Nothing you do seem to be appreciated. Only thing thanks pointed out is what you are not doing. Pay changed to bi weekly.
Offering customers everyday products that they normally could not afford due to economic status
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – August 23, 2017
Overseeing daily goals for sales and collections, managing a team of 6 people, balancing the stores monthly p&L, being responsible for all inventory and cash flow and maintaining a certain profit percentage each month.
Great Pay and employees and customers were awesome
Customer account manager (Current Employee) – Saginaw, MI – August 23, 2017
I have been working in the rent to own for over ten years. I really like what I do because I have a good relationship with 80 percent of the customer base and not only do I manage their accounts I'm also one of the top sales people in the store so I recieve bonuses from both departments.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lexington, NC – August 22, 2017
Is a great place to work. Just would like to work from home. Get to meet some great people . Have great customer. Have paid holidays. It also has some heavy items to move and stage and fill holes . But like filing and processing.
head product tech (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – August 22, 2017
One of the best jobs I ever held staff very supportive and Team oriented. Staff comes together for solutions and supports the decisions of the staff members. Very understanding when it comes to personal and work issues and was willing to work with u to secure the team stayed whole
Aaron's is the worse job i ever had, my role at Aaron's was a PT(Product Technician)/Deliver driver. Aaron's pays way to little for what they expect of this position the expect you to clean merchandise they you didn't return even though they say you return it you clean it but they would let the merchandise sit in the back when you are busy even if the store is empty and the rest of the staff has nothing else to do. The had me out picking up payments which is not my job, they have you doing two man deliveries by yourself and still expect you to get it done quickly, Aaron's discounts for employees suck butt, and when comes to raises don't look for what you deserve because you are not going to get it not even a percentage of it. Once again the worse job i have ever had in my life wouldn't go back if my life depended on it!!!!!!!!
Meet nice people(customers)
poor work environment, poor management, they don't care about employees, don't care about customers, no real perks, hard on your body, don't know how to talk to employees, everybody plays for self, poor communication, no team work at all
General Manager (Former Employee) – Lenoir City, TN – August 21, 2017
Not a bad company to work for. Very unorganized with it comes to different levels of management. A lot of hours for really no reason at all. Upper management don't really care about the lower level employees
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – New Smyrna Beach, FL – August 20, 2017
If you value your ethics and have morals do not work here, they do not care about you, only the numbers, and if you do not do what is necessary to get customers signed up your job is threatened. Don't bother telling higher management anything about what might be going on at store level if its bad because once higher management comes down on the store manager, he/she makes your life living he^%
Account Department Manager (Former Employee) – Punxsutawney, PA – August 20, 2017
This was such a fun job, you worked hard, and sometimes it was emotionally taxing but this is the place to work. The team effort was amazing, the culture from other stores right down to yours was wonderful, and the management couldn't be better. The only reason I do not work there anymore is because I had little work/life balance as the hours can be taxing as well.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Albany, OR – August 19, 2017
Aarons was a soul sucking environment, the pay was terrible. Definitely not 30k per year. They try to tell you there are bonuses that help get you to that salary but the bonuses are so ridiculously hard get because of what you have to do that its not even kind of worth making the attempt. I was a sales manager and had no say in anything. They say its your floor, set it up the way you feel it should be but immediately stop you. I spent more time doing maintenance and service calls than i did selling. I wouldnt recommend Aarons to even my worst enemy.