Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – August 17, 2017
You're expected to do everuthing from helping customers to scheduling them to taking complaints to calling other departments to get information from them..taking claims for damages. dealing with customers who were lied to by delivery, salesman,service centers. WAY to much respfitonsibility on your shoulders for rate of pay
This employer lies to your face and they only care about their profits, not their employees!!
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Township of South Brunswick, NJ – July 25, 2017
This employer will lie to you and/or give you false information about their positions during the job interview. Then they will change their work schedules without your input. They require you to be available 7 days a week, working a rotational schedule and they will change the start times of your shift as late as 4 hours before you start your shift. They are NOT a good company to work for, they do NOT care about their employees or how their work schedules affect their employees and their family members, and they only care about themselves and their customer service. Do NOT work for them!
Good salary for warehouse work, employees are very friendly, high priority on safety
No set policy when rules are broken, changing schedules, they are very dishonest to their employees, rotational schedule
Be careful!!!! Management is extremely toxic, unorganized, and the hours will drain you! 10-12 hours a day most days. Not worth it with the amount of hours and physical demand, not to mention horrible Paid vacation days offered and be prepared to work Holidays even thought they claim you get 5 Holidays a year but will still make you work as regular pay!!!!
Long Hours, Toxic Manager, Pto, Holidays, Pay structure
Sales (Former Employee) – West Springfield, MA – June 19, 2017
Definitely a great place to work with with a potential to make great money. The store I worked in had many great teammates! Management seemed to work with you no matter the problem....a great open door policy! I highly recommend working there!
could be fun when sales team not steering up drama
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 14, 2017
you do so much and get paid so little. you are responsible for finances , making all orders ARE DELIVERED SUCCESSFUL OR EXPECT CONFLICT FROM THE SALE MANAGERS AND SALE ASSOCIATE. i enjoy the customers even though we have difficult ones , they make the day go by fast.
Raymour and Flanigan is the company where I started my driving career. The warehouse was very organized, management was easy to talk to and get along with. All deliveries were lined up in order for the drive teams to load. Problems with routes and or customer orders were always handled in a timely and fair way.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Manchester, CT – May 25, 2017
This is a great company, the company stands by their customers with great protection plans and wonderful sales. The Home furnishing consultants are amazing and i would recommend anyone who is looking for furniture to go with this company.
I have not had a great experience with the local management but i recommend a career with this company.
Good company to work for, and the benefits were great.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Greece, NY – May 9, 2017
Its a good company to work for, with great benefits, however too many changes in the company that can put a lot of stress on someone who is new. Not enough time to showcase skills, too many changes as far as leadership. Less than a year I've been through 2 store managers, one regional manager, goal setting changing; which can put a lot of stress on someone new. I've learned a few things about furniture. The culture was great as far other employees. The hardest part was to get people to buy who didn't want it . The most enjoyable was getting to meet new customers, and interacting with them .
Leadership, Slow Days, not enough time to showcase skills
Home Furnishing Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 9, 2017
I have worked for Raymour and Flanigan two years. At first it was great, I was bringing in 2000 dollar check almost weekly, but then it got slow. Slow time means long hours and no monies. Also no work life balance. Money can be made, but you will need to brake your back
Ops Manager (Former Employee) – Ct – April 17, 2017
I worked for raymour for 15yrs as an ops manager and one day they decided to up and fire me for know reason . this company and the people are toxic and there is no job stability what so ever. This company sucks, the management sucks and there reputation sucks. Don't work here !!!!