productive,time efficient,improvising, professional customer service
Installer/helper (Former Employee) – Poway, CA – July 12, 2018
The typical day would consist of taking inventory of closet installations of the day, wrapping and loading all material onto vehicle. Secondly, transport material to customer's residence and present yourself to client in a professional manner. After the introduction we begin installation making sure we don't damage any property through the process. Finally, we encourage the customer to take a brief walk through of the closets with detailed information on how to adjust and use all components of the closet.
little to no breaks through out the course of the day
The only place I ever work that treat you like family
CNC MACHINIST (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 9, 2018
California Closet is an outstanding place to work management and supervisor communicate with employees president of the company communicates it's definitely a place that I would recommend fast-growing company very outstanding place to work.
The Orlando Jacksonville regional business unit is terribly managed. not enough installers so product build out is pushed out and as a design consultant you don’t get paid for long periods. It is hard to make a consistent livable wage. Even though you are 100% commission they require you to be on call at all hours .. so you end up making nothing when you break down your pay vs hours worked. They expect you to have tremendous loyalty to the company yet have none towards you. Constantly throwing the design consultants under the bus
excellent product, great Brand and upper management
A great company, I feel that it was not a good fit for me. I had skills to work in other positions but they were not hiring designers at that time. I was hired as a Customer Liaison and was not an offer for any other positions.
Installer (Current Employee) – Arizona – May 21, 2018
Get to travel and meet new people. You will work in very upscale neighborhoods. I drive anywhere from 10 minutes to and 1 1/2 hours to get to a job site. Most of the time your working alone. On bigger jobs you will be with someone else.
Client Liaison (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – May 1, 2018
Never got paid on time and they always wanted me to drive far places even though it wasn't in job description. Had over a hundred dollars missing from my paychecks and when i told them they didn't do anything to compensate me.
Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 26, 2018
Great company to work for. Upper management was the best, they helped get to there you needed to go career wise. They stood behind you and helped with any problem. Managers made it easy to communicate and solve problems
SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERK (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – February 20, 2018
great people to work with, flexible with my schedule, close to home, great environment. Small group of employees, everyone gets along. Learned how to drive a forklift, how to do inventory and how to use excel.
Installer (Former Employee) – Berkeley, CA – February 15, 2018
Potential for long hours during the week. Worked with great people and enjoyed the team environment that they provide. Worked in some amazing homes all around the Bay Area, with amazing views and amazing customers. Would work there again given the opportunity
I was able to gain a lot of organizational experience and some sales experience. I basically showed off the Closets to everyone coming in to the showroom and tried to get them to set-up an appointment with one of the designers.
Client Liaison (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – February 7, 2018
Scheduling, walk in appointments, keeping the store organized and clean, The hardest part of my job was not enough training and not enough interaction with the public. The location that I worked at was closed,
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – January 5, 2018
Very, very stressful position once Corporate bought the franchise. Added numerous responsibilities onto an already overloaded job description. It was a part-time position but soon turned into full-time with no benefits. After all legalities took place in the buy-out, corporate employees were brought in to take over.