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Fun enviroment, hard working atmosphere
Area Coordinator/Team Leader (Former Employee), Andersonville, TNJuly 17, 2014
Very fun place to work with great advancement opportunities.
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good starter job but with a family I am not able to provide the way I would prefer, we are check to check since the coal mines shut down
Top Builder (Current Employee), Bean Station, TNJuly 8, 2014
Pros: safety bonuses
Cons: barely getting 30 hours/week
like above it will open your eyes to real work if this is your first job, I rode to work with co-workers which meant I only needed to pay $20/week in gas - big plus, hardest part was working with younger people who had no clue what real work entails (blood, sweat and tears) and myself if I have time to lean, I have time to clean!!
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Great positvie company to work for.
Licensed Housing Specialist (Current Employee), Dunn, NCJune 28, 2014
Loved working for this company the employees were all close and like family, will keep this job in my mind always.
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Always a new day and new way
Project Manager, Sales Manager, Corperate MIT (Current Employee), Santa Rosa, CaJune 27, 2014
Pros: great learning experence
Cons: expanded to fast in a depressed market
Clayton homes was a great place to work. I liked GM but company expanded to fast . They purchased 10 sales centers in North California and the depressed market forced them to shut down 8.
I learned every day on how to be a better manager by interacting with costumers and finding what they liked and disliked at our location. I used that information to – more... improve our sales center. It was very hard to keep good employees due to lack of sales and increased costs. This hurt a center very badly since employees are the back bone of every company. The best part of the was being able to interact with all types of people. – less
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Great work environment, they take very good care of their employees
Online Customer Sales Representative (Former Employee), Knoxville, TNJune 14, 2014
The company takes really good care of their employees. They provide assistance and help for everything from finances to health and fitness advice.
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Workplace was laid-back, but focused.
Operations/ Service Manager (Former Employee), Waco, TXMarch 31, 2014
Pros: laid-back, positive attitude.
Cons: very life consuming.
Clayton Homes is mostly focused on the impact the sale has on the customer, not just the volume of sales like most retail places.
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good company and good people
Parts (Former Employee), Sulphur Springs, TXMarch 28, 2014
Pros: good people
Cons: a fast paces
You all way busy when you start to end. aaand good coworker and helpful
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long hours . low pay , no time offf
Sales Rep (Former Employee), Pensacola, FLMarch 23, 2014
let me just say I would not recommend this company to anyone, you will never get ahead not to mention they cut the salaries of the sales people in half
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Executing home sales is rewarding
Consultant (Current Employee), Opelika, ALMarch 22, 2014
Ever changing commission and laws that govern lending are very critical to the sale of a home.
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Good Company with good Training principles
Home Consultant (Former Employee), Morganton, NCMarch 13, 2014
I had a great time during my time at Clayton Homes in Morganton. I learned a lot and everyone there was great to work with.
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Very Productive Company
REALTOR ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Villa Ridge, MOFebruary 21, 2014
A very motivated atmosphere. I've gained plenty of confidence and speaking skills here. Who I worked for was amazing at what they did. I was challenged every day but loved it!
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Caring team members and excellent manager
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Troy, MOFebruary 11, 2014
Pros: office staff
Cons: corporate
I enjoy working with my team mates, and my manager. However, our corporate office is horrible with employee appreciation, advancement, raises (even after 3 yrs of service), or even caring. I have worked for several places with corporate offices and they are all horrible. Corporate people just simply do not care about rewarding/thanking/appreciating – more... their employees, neither does this one. – less
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Low pay
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Layton, UTFebruary 5, 2014
Pros: base pay guarantee.
Cons: very low approval rate for buyers.
They promise a high potential income,but after reaching top 10 rookie salesman in the country, I still earned 1/3 of what I was told to expect!
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Ok place to work
General Manager (Former Employee), Columbia, TNJanuary 31, 2014
Pros: can be a high paying job.
Cons: no assistance from the corporate level. constant job lose worries.
You have to be aware of what you are signing up for when you work here. It is and always will be mobile home sales. You have to know that and understand that. The biggest problem with this company is trying to get the home sold. The homes are great and have a lot of benefits. However, with the land constraints and restrictions it is very difficult to – more... say the least to put a mobile home up.
With that said, management in the corporate level doesn't seem to understand that the land development cost is overwhelmingly high in some areas on the country.
If the sales centers had more assistance with the land development from the corporate office it would make the day to day flow smoother.
The pay structure is a burden. You are put on a 10 week draw in pay. This means that you have to sale off your pay draw. If you don't close and book enough homes you may and will lose your job. Company max draw is $10,000. This means at or around 4 months of service with this company you will be terminated. You will be reminded weekly that your draw is raising as long as you aren't closing and booking homes. – less
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Team orientated which works well. Energetic place to work.
Marketing and Development sales, advertising. (Former Employee), Charlottesville, Va.January 29, 2014
Pros: great work ethic from all. team work, knowledge, ability to teach eachother.
Cons: length of time for loan to go through.
Customer service starts at hello which is then carried on throughout the entire transaction. The goal was to keep customer happy and by doing so was given and high score for the companies NPS.

Product knowledge was easy and strongly enforced. you were to manage your own deals and co-workers when they were out in field or day off.

Co-workers keep it – more... exciting.

The more you sold the more files you have which led to a lot of paperwork,

Rewards of spiffs, small trips, luncheons for the team. – less
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Hard work
Production Worker (Former Employee), Albany, ORJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: go starting pay
Cons: no real advancement opportunity
Dead end job that take to much of your body for such low pay but it is nice if your young and need money
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Sales r
Sales Consultant (Former Employee), Knoxville, TNJanuary 18, 2014
Worked on sales , marketing , went over new product designs

How to build a team that works as 1

very helpful

all super

worked 7 days a week

making dreams come true
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Very Busy Location
Sales (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJanuary 8, 2014
Pros: very steady
Cons: time kills deals
On a typical day we would have customers come in just to see what a manufactured home looks like. We have customers come in just to see what they can do to get into a home. Our process was to meet, greet, build rapport, find their dream home, close the customer, provide financing for the customers, go over monthly payment and once they have agree on – more... their monthly payment. Then we go to closing at the title company and then their delivery of their home. – less
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Good training but very into the numbers and not a lot of comraderie in the sales support area.
Home Consultant (Former Employee), Glasgow, KYDecember 30, 2013
Left due to lack of sales support.

Good training opportunity, but lack of comraderie and rapport with the manager made it a difficult environment to work in.
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Clean, organized company
Cabinet Maker (Current Employee), Savannah, TennesseeDecember 10, 2013
This place is a great place for a young single person to work at. It may be tough to raise a family with the amount you are being paid, but you couldn't ask for better hours, 7:00am to 3:30pm Monday-Friday.

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