Pros: long lunch break, pay, build experience for workforce, decent co-workers
Cons: incompetent managers, lack of communication, non union
Its a decent place if you want to have experience in the warehouse/ forklift area. Managnment is the real problem ith this company; they are incompetent and use fear to get work done; supervisors will watch over your every move waiting for you to mess up and run back to the office and report you.
The Only way you will get promoted in this company is by kissing the butts of the managers. If you are not a brown noser you will never be promoted, they will always find some excuse and use your screw ups against you. This company is 110% non union and they let you know it; even the word union is forbidden in the warehouse (you will be written up on it and threatened with termination). You will end up working long hours on weekends and on all holidays (enjoy your family while you can). They do not care about you, they will fore you before big holidays and make sure you do not get unemployment if fired; they want to protect all their money. Raymour & Flanigan is the worst placed I have ever worked at, this company needs an investigation by the Feds for workers rights violations. They will threaten you and intimidate you; don't buy into their fear. Also don't get injured, its immediate grounds for them to fire you on the spot (they will deem you unfit and a threat to the company). Look up lawsuits again Raymour & Flanigan both for injury and racial events. They sell used refurbished furniture; be warned never buy a mattress here, they have bed bugs.
The only tiny bit of a silver lining is some of your co workers are really good hard working people. Heed my word about this company