Questions and Answers about Bassett Furniture

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What is the most stressful part about working at Bassett Furniture?

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Commission. Trying to meet your goal of selling $45,000 in one month when there are no customer walking through the door. Work/life balance...there is none. Corporate does nothing to help you succeed.

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You are required to put company before your on life which they tell you they are family oriented they are not.

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You are required to work every weekend, every sale day, and every holiday open to close. Often, you will work open to close on regular days due to busy work. It's expected to sacrifice your days off for scheduling makeovers.

Answered - Design Consultant (Former Employee) - Buffalo, NY

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I dont.see.any issus

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The cat fights and long hours. A true designer doesn't take that.

Answered - Design Consultant (Former Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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The stress of commission. Its a draw against commission pay. Its very little to live on when you don't make commission.

Answered - Interior Designer/sales (Current Employee) - Louisville, KY

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The management was the most stressful part of Bassett.

Answered - Design Consultant/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Altamonte Springs, FL

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Horrible owners and management. Don't honor warranties, commission structure is flawed in their favor, low quality furniture.
Read Consumer Affairs. Gov reviews. Says it all.

Answered - Design Consultant (Former Employee) - Irvine, CA

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