Becker Furniture World Employee Reviews

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Only tolerable with good coworkers
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee), becker, MNSeptember 14, 2014
Management is nonexistent. Pay is terrible for the job you're expected to do.
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Very demanding with little direction.
Customer Support Supervisor (Former Employee), Becker, MNMay 13, 2014
The people who work here is what makes this place great. Typical work day is slow to very slow.
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Poor Management
Salesperson (Former Employee), Becker, MNMarch 10, 2014
The manager there, has been there nine years and has had no training on how to respect employees. In twenty-three years of employment thru my life, Management at Becker Furniture World is the worst I've ever seen. Stay away.
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Depends on the store you go to
Sales & Design Consultant/Sales Lead (Current Employee), Roseville, MNOctober 19, 2013
If you work at the main store or a stand alone store, you can make good money. Otherwise you may not be as successful..
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Sales Associate (Former Employee), Saint Cloud, MNJuly 31, 2013
Pros: $$$$$
Cons: make sure you have comfortable shoe, s
•A typical day at work : Making sure the furniture is presentable and neat, and displayed well and always be ready to greet and help everyone.

•What you learned : Keep a close eye on inventory avalability in stock at the warehouse, delivered furniture gets you paid.

•Management : They are there to help you always - anytime.

•Your co-workers : Stay away from the drama and focus on your job you create your own sucess, and learn from the best.

•The hardest part of the job : None if its hard your in the wrong line of work.

•The most enjoyable part of the job : Helping people build there dream home, return and referal buisiness, the smiles you have helped create
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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Becker, MNJuly 23, 2012
Promised a salary they could not fulfill due to the economy. If you work here, get everything in writing.