Home Furnishing's Consultant (Former Employee) – Oakhurst, NJ – May 8, 2017
This company is pure gold!
R&F do an amazing job making both the employee and the customers feel like they are at home!
Raymour & Flanigan has been one of my best work experiences yet, they taught me so much about the world of furniture and sales. Each one of the tenured sales pros are guides and mentors, lend them your ear and have your career elevated.
Customer Care representative (Former Employee) – CT – May 5, 2017
Aside from the company itself, it is an alright place to work. Co-workers can be quite "cliquey". Also every man for himself, you can't trust anyone. And be prepared for outrageous customer questions, demands, and issues.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Yorkville, NY – April 19, 2017
Plenty of room for advancement. Management was great and very understanding and would help you with any problem. The employees were also great to work wit and the job load was pretty manageable and enjoyable.
Anonymous Title (Former Employee) – Anonymous Location – April 5, 2017
Despite open door policy, not taken to heart by executive leadership, performance is not rewarded, promotions don't happen, turnover high in most departments due to lack of reward and upward compensation movement. New associates hired into open positions that qualified people on the team should be filling across the board.
Home Furnishing Consultant/Salesperson (Current Employee) – Paramus, NJ – March 30, 2017
Greet customers and try to engage in conversation to find their needs. You can never prejudge people. Micromanaged place. Long workweek and working on commission pay only, Joy of making the sale and delivering the product.
stock person (Former Employee) – North Brunswick, NJ 08902 – March 30, 2017
Typical day at work consist of a checklist to look for any errors in or outside of the store. I learned that a checklist in any circumstance is very applicable and very useful to find errors. The management here is great, never had an issue with anyone. The workplace culture is like a tight knit family. There were no hard parts of the job unless lifting furniture is difficult for others, then that would be the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with customers when I had to load furniture on to their vehicles.
challenging, but friendly atmosphere, Safety culture is outstanding.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – 111 Windsor place, Central Islip NY 11722 – March 27, 2017
Everyone for the most part was friendly and social, co-workers genuinely care about your well being and safety is a big part of culture. Hardest part is management is not always looked at as being associates as well.
N/A (Current Employee) – Randolph, NJ – January 7, 2017
Raymour and Flanigan has helped me to develop from a general laborer on to the management path. I have been with them for roughly 4 years and it has been a great place to create connections as well as learn what it takes to lead a team.
Long breaks, flexible scheduling
mandatory weekend shifts and 6 day weeks, many blacked out vacation days
Home Furnishing Consultant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 9, 2016
Highly recommended for someone who's looking for a quick buck. Someone that has highly sales background should work here. You'll ten to feel overly qualified. Theres a lot of things that need to be fixed in this company. All because of it being a small family company.
Close to home, meeting new people, and thats about it.
Hard to make good money, Have to work crazy hours to sometime make nothing, Benefits needs some major improvement, A vary high turn over rate
Design Consultant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 12, 2016
No way you can make money with their draw versus commission pay structure, dont waste your time working for them, they promise what they cant deliver or control, real leads, plus you are force to stand for ten hours a day, my feet will never be the same, some days you end up owing them money since no one comes in the store and you sell jack.