Ashley Furniture HomeStore Careers and Employment
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- CEOBill Fonti
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$100M to $500M (USD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
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Employees at Ashley Furniture HomeStore have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
Paid time off
Dependent health insurance coverage
Professional development assistance
It a great place to work if you like to interact with people. Great place for a first time job. It's a commmission structure. Not sure how people can make a living there. Company culture is great. You get to have a great work friend like family.
Home Furnishing Consultant in Sterling, VA
on May 22, 2021
Easy job. Decent pay. Coworkers are great and fun to work with most days. Laid back work environment and very flexible schedule. Customers are always angry and yelling or complaining about everything.
Sales Associate in Minneapolis, MN
on September 27, 2021
Management is toxic as it can get. Constant drama every day. The money is good if you can deal with the nonsense. I left to save my sanity and spend more time with my family. 12 hour days.
Sales Associate in West Virginia
on September 25, 2021
the place literally can't keep people. They only care about the salespeople and only the top performers. If you aren't in the inner circle you will not have a good time. And don't expect a life work balance.
Office Assistant in Champaign, IL
on September 23, 2021
Overworked and paid too little. Overstaffed in salesman and understaffed in customer service, the perfect recipe for a disaster. A lot of the workers there were truly great people (besides some lazy managers), but the company did not care for its employees or customers once the sales were final. Issues with delivery were constant, which made work miserable for everyone. Customer Service agents were constantly busy and management did not care to staff up, leaving the stress on the CSR's causing all sorts of drama.
Customer Service Representative in California
on September 22, 2021
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- articleWhat’s it like working at Ashley Furniture HomeStore?Published on May 24, 2021
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