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Very fun place to work
Customer service technician (Cst) (Current Employee), Killeen, TXJanuary 29, 2014
Pros: friendly enviroment
Cons: short hours
Had very good customer loyalty, and friendly coworkers. Had a constant flow of costumers and phone calls to attend to. Their was a lot of multitasking evolved. Had to keep track of inventory up to date and input the data into the database.
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retail sales
SALES AND SERVICE REP (Former Employee), Wichita, KSJune 6, 2013
Pros: enjoyable work enviroment, relaxed pace, 3 days off per week
Cons: unpredicable pay
poor hours and 100% commission. There was lots of down time but the job was fairly easy.
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Management (Former Employee), Tyler, TxApril 16, 2013
Pros: money
Cons: it's a cult
The best way to sum up my experience with Furniture Row is its a CULT. They offer u a job and fast track you to take you away from your friends and family and move you across the country. Constantly dangling a money carrot in front you. You wear a bracelet with the companies moto on it and a Company coin on you at all times. They pay well as long as – more... you give your life to them. Then at the drop of a hat find a reason to terminate you if you try to find a life outside of Furniture Row – less
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Fast paced with great pay
Store Manager (Former Employee), Lansing, MIMarch 26, 2013
I enjoyed my time at Sofa Mart. For those who can sell and be successful in a comission only enviornment Sofa Mart is a good option. They are always looking for managers but that usually does require the willingness to relocate.
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It went down hill.
General Manager / Sales Manager (Former Employee), Oklahoma, TXJanuary 5, 2013
Pros: the pay was actually decent. it was sparatic, but it was decent
Cons: no breaks and long, long, hours
This was a sales job. I was a sales manager for them. I worked a lot of hours. I actually like working a lot of hours, but this at times could be very demanding. I learned a lot of operational skills there. How to stay with in legal compliance, stay profitable, and how to effectively utilize your staff. Co-workers were for all sorts of back grounds. – more... Some I liked and some I didn't. Most I liked, but there were a few that was a challenge to like. The hardest part of the job was selling and running all the operations of your store. What I enjoyed the most was dealing with all the many people you meet. – less
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great people
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Springdale, ARNovember 7, 2012
Pros: great pay
Cons: hours
* typical day sales
* i learned alot about saling
* managers was the best
* co workers didnt stay around long
* hardest part of job was sometimes the closing of the sale
* Most enjoyable part was when previous customers would come back
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Productive workplace
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Midland, TXSeptember 6, 2012
Was a good company to work for. Had great benefits. I liked the fact that it was a self driven work pace. Hardest part of the job was the unloading of trucks.
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Freedom
Warehouse worker (Former Employee), Denver, COApril 22, 2012
Pros: freedom to work on my own without supervision
Cons: healthcare benefits were not worth paying for, company did not pay for healthcare.
I received good training and they trusted me to work on my own without supervision. I really enjoyed the work, but the whse. was moving and I didn't want to make the long commute in heavy traffic.