Ashley Furniture HomeStore
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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.


Meet new people


tooo many hours.
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You are a disposable person at this company, they will lie to and about you to cover their failed management.

What is the best part of working at the company?Incentive pay that is all, there's nothing elseWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Company changes work start times at their whim with little to no notice. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Very poor environment, low quality products. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Stress, excessive dust, stress, trying not to get run over in the aisles because everyone is going too fast to try to make money, stress.
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Just started

Just started working here seems like a great place to work. Hoping to earn great income and work my way up to management or maybe open my own store one day.
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Deserves a zero rating.

A typical day of work consists of showing up to work on time on the days that you are scheduled. Sober. Showered. Clean. Good attitude ready to face the day and what it curtails. I learned that this is not the case with my other co-workers; constantly late, missing scheduled days, hung over, dirty unkempt and disheveled. When they do show up for work, on average... it's around an hour or more before we can hit the road due to their morning wake and bake breakfast rituals. Then you're working with a worthless bag of doorknobs half the day until they can stop somewhere for lunch and slam down a 6 pack. This is your training. Be a part of it and accept it... or, not. I choose the latter and I'm considered an outcast. A troublemaker that's ruffling feathers with management. They turn a blind eye on sobriety and drug tests, even while it puts others in danger. The only thing they care about is the sale. After that, it's an unprofessional trickle down effect to the last ones responsible: delivery. This makes for a horrifying workplace culture from the d.c. to customer care... and everything in between, because quite honestly... all they care about is sales. After the fact, the hardest part of the job is as follows... they will put a 2 man crew on delivery when they have 15 stops or more, 75+ pieces, expecting you to be out well past 12 hours a day. Rain or shine. Snow or ice. "Recycling" the customers excrement matress and furniture returns... when you have no room on the truck to begin with because half the product is damaged or canceled... or, the item is missing. Either way you're - 


Get paid every 2 weeks with incentive... sometimes.


Not able to excel and grow within.
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Unfair expectations, no training, no help

Ashely homestore isn’t a bad job just the location off of 161 and sawmill Mangers always take half your sale without asking Mangers insert their selfs just to make money off your sale Training manger does not train Bedding manger talks bad about people and there sales numbers Health insurance just for a adult and a kid is $200 every two weeks doesn’t included eye or dental They do draw so they pay you a certain amount each day and you pay draw back before making commissions and you have to make 50,000k a month before making any commission You will work longer then 8 hours a day but you only get paid for 8 hours and have to pay that back Very inappropriate conversations every day at the work place Hostile environment If you need help moving furniture for a customer no one will help you




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It was okay but also not okay because when things go good they go good but when they go bad they go bad and I really didn’t enjoy working at this place.
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Two years wasted, Would never recommend

I had to manage the entire warehouse of furniture and the loading and unloading of all product in the store by myself. I also had to build and set up whole groups of furniture by myself that included a king sized bed set. I am 6 feet tall and can easily lift a good amount of weight but this JOB and I repeat DEAD END JOB caused me to have a lot of joint and muscle pain due to being the ONLY person lifting well over 100lbs with no tools other than a cart with wheels. To top it all off, They were getting record sales and couldn't pay me more even though they raised the prices constantly!! Caught them hiring new people for 3$ more than what I started at and they had to "give me a raise" so I can what.. Be even with new people even though I had been there for months.. Almost a year?? Worst mistake of my life was working here for so long and letting the management gaslight me into thinking they cared.
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Horrible and frustrating experienc, worst job I ever had since my first job at 14 years old

What is the best part of working at the company?Store managers and long-term employees greatly lacked integrity and sadly many were not even decent humans.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Co-workers and assistant managers would steal or try to steal sales. Customers being lied to.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Unfriendly and divisive. Anyone over 40 was treated terribly. They only wanted people under 40 yrs old around.
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Don’t do it

This place is not someplace you want to work unless you are willing to brown nose management and kiss butt. Some get a lot of hours others get less than 40. Management plays the favorites game.
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Easy work no room for growth

Can be challenging but overall great people to work with. Just no room for improvement. Also no Training is a thing. They just toss you to the wolves
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High pressure but rewarding financially and recognition was given

Expect daily store meetings and training. Stores can be fun but it depends on the store leadership. Great place to make money if you commit but outside life is very hard to have.


High pay if you use the training and are good at sales


Family takes a backseat to work. Holidays are almost always worked and long hours
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The GM is terrible

Get ready for a migraine... the culture is very aggressive and you will never make the money they tell you that you will... get in with the cult or just leave.




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Great place to work during the busy times. Not now!

No words! It used to be a great place to work. Economic slow down has made it impossible. You show up for a meeting in the morning, Weekends 15 other sales associates are on the floor. You get two ups a day on the weekends if it’s busy, if not you might have to wait at least an hour. You need to give the company 39,000 of your sales but every 3 rd month it’s 59,000 to the company before you can make commission. Right now it’s very difficult to make these numbers!


Sometimes free lunches


Poor management! Only listen to themselves! Robots
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The worst HR department. Disrespectful , manipulative to their employees

Don’t work here unless you like to be treated like a 4 year old. The hr department is a joke and is pushy and manipulative. The main two ladies are just cvc completely rude. The company doesn’t care to keep you. There’s a reason why they employ 40 people a week and STRUGGLE to retain them.




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Save yourself

Do not work for DSG. Say they are a Christian company but doesn’t give paid maternity leave. Compensation was good sometimes when corporate isn’t deleting your sales so u don’t get paid.
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It's a hustle game

You need to have skills. You need to con the customers. You got to make the store money or you won't get money. The bosses are in professional. They will treat you nicely. The bosses are all about money at the end of the day. They will make you wing it but they will lie about their job titles if you are trying to get a high position.




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Great co workers, but the pay structure is not the best and they don't offer good incentives for being a sales job. Overall not bad if you're looking for entry level sales
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Haven't worked long enough to have a huge opinion. Will let you know after I have been here for a little while longer but so far it's decent work & environment
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I wish I had never worked there. It wasn’t a good experience at all. Very stressful

What is the best part of working at the company?Nothing. It was a horrible experience. Owner was rude and inexperienced. Only good thing was the discount.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The owner was the most stressful part of the job.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?It was ok. Some backstabbing characters What is a typical day like for you at the company?Boring and very slow. Maybe 4 to 10 customers a day
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It’s a cult and they’ll make you believe it’s gonna be better but it’s not

What is the best part of working at the company?It’s always been a wonderful company to work for until the change of management strategies and greed. They will promise you the moon $1 million writer company most million dollar writers have been there over eight years now are making minimum wage due to the changesWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Management goals micromanagement not allowing you did you to Do your job there more interested on whether you’re sitting or standing they do not uphold their own policies are standards but they expect you toWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Based on favoritism not policies are goals or the rules but who can come up with the most moneyWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Do you want to go home and you ask yourself why am I here it started out great ended up stressful beyond stressful the manager at heart surgery one was put out because of potential heart stress so if that doesn’t say something I don’t know what will
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Scam scam scam

What is the best part of working at the company?They lie to you about pay. You end up in the negative where you owe them money. This is not an exaggeration. If they offer you a job do not take it. It's a scam What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Other sales staff try to steal your customers What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Not a good place to workans the culture is bon existent What is a typical day like for you at the company?Try to get people to buy stuff when they can easily buy the same item for almost half online which makes the sales staff useless
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Based on 2,728 reviews

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2.7 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.8 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
2.5 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2.7 out of 5 stars for Management
2.7 out of 5 stars for Culture

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