Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – June 1, 2017
A typical day at Art.com is meeting sales and helping customers. I learned proper phone etiquette and time management skills being as though you are timed on every phone call. The hardest part of my job was meeting sales goals, most enjoyable, free donuts and coffee.
Framing (Former Employee) – Lockbourne, OH – May 8, 2017
I enjoyed the position, very fast paced. Everyday was an opportunity to learn new things. Extremely helpful staff which I really enjoyed. Team members willing to help with anything needed, daily give aways.
free lunches, extended breaks, enjoy music while working
Mat Cutter (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – December 19, 2015
My day usually starts at four o'clock, five o'clock p.m depending on if we are doing overtime or not. i clock in in my department witch is called Canvas, it is called that due to the fact we deal with mounting artwork over durable plain-woven fabric, color depends on what the costumer wants. i use a machine that cuts the canvas fabric to the measurements provided by the work orders. In a typical day my coworkers and i would average at least 500 to 550 Canvas cut out a day.I work with a 10 person team lead buy our team lead. all of us get along pretty well witch helps the day go by fast. one of the only down sides to the job for me is working second shift and the work outweighs the salary but is pays the bills. one of the good things is there are a lot of great people i work with and are always willing to give a extra hand when needed.
Great work environment.
Working Second Shift and long work hours, sometimes no days off.
Principal Oracle Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) – Emeryville, CA – September 6, 2015
Workplace is great - but all the wrong people are in the wrong place. Consequently all the non-contributors are piling up and all the contributors are leaving the company. For a startup like art.com where innovation and creativity should be the primary goal for the company, and solid contributions should be the only parameter for awards, it happens the other way.
Niche Business, great leadership, tremendous potential
Very mediocre middle management, lack of SMEs and directions
I had fun working here seeing all the different photographs and pieces of art. Great people and good work environment. They let you use headphones so you can really enjoy your work while being productive.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 28, 2014
The company I work for is a great company. I just find absolutely no satisfaction from doing the job. I need more. I need a sense of accomplishment after I complete or while working. This is just not something I can achieve here.
Customer Service/Sales Representative (Former Employee) – cary north carolina – November 18, 2014
I had to answer phone and listening to people complain about their phone bill. I also had to trouble shoot their phones. I really didn't talk to people a lot there but I met some cool friends. The hardest part working there if I couldn't fix their phone over the phone and they had to take it in the store. the most enjoyable part of the job was a nice pay check