Denver Mattress
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Denver Mattress Careers and Employment

About us
Denver Mattress Company is considered unique among its competitors in the bedding industry. We manufacture our mattresses in one of the busiest factories in the country, then distribute and retail our products in our own stores. Ultimately, this provides full control over how our products are made and how they are priced. And because we make them ourselves, – more... we have control over the components and materials used to make our mattresses, using the same, or in many cases, better components than those used by most other leading brand name manufacturers. – less
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What is it like to work at Denver Mattress?

3.2
Work/Life Balance
3.6
Compensation/Benefits
3.8
Job Security/Advancement
3.9
Management
4.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Denver Mattress?

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What do employees at Denver Mattress say about culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Fast-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
4.0
Great energy
Written by Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) from Killeen, TX on May 29, 2019
Job was very flexible and very family oriented. Work was hard but pay was not very competitive. Everybody at furniture row treated each other with respect
Pros
Great work
Cons
Low pay
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What jobs are available at Denver Mattress?

Top work locations
5.0
Brownsville, TX
4.7
Lone Tree, CO
4.7
Austin, TX
4.5
Wichita, KS
4.5
Springfield, MO
Most popular roles
5.0
Customer Service/Sales Representative
5.0
District Sales Manager
4.7
Sales Trainee
4.6
Store Manager
4.3
Warehouse Worker

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What did candidates say about the interview at Denver Mattress?

Interview experience
Based on 19 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 17 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 16 interviews
About a week
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