Haverty Furniture Companies, Inc
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Havertys The Stock That Dropped 14% In The Last Five Years. clearly tells you where the company is heading.

Answered February 4, 2020

HavertysStock Dropped 14% In The Last Five Years. Sales are falling with one of the lowest sales commission in the industry. Low stock, bad deliveries salespeople struggling to make ends meet.

Answered February 4, 2020

Got hired before background check. They were needing salespeople and delivery people fast after high turnover of employees. Lot of temps working delivering furniture with no previous delivery experience.

Answered December 25, 2019

Too long working every weekend and holiday with little pay.

Answered January 10, 2020

Havertys Stock Dropped 14% In The Last Five Years. A sinking ship.

Answered February 4, 2020

Havertys is following the same future of failing companies not knowing how to compete with other furniture companies. Low quality overpriced furniture doesn't sell anymore. Most consumers want to change their furniture every 5-7 years. Haverty corporate doesn't keep up with the trends and has the same boring c r a p for years.

Answered January 6, 2020

No prior sales experience needed. They claim to train for positions but most of it is outdated book nonsense not real life scenarios. Customers these days have the ease of the internet to comparison shop for better values and furniture products. Be ready for a dead end job working for Haverty.

Answered January 6, 2020

Considering that Havertys is managed by clowns and their business is run by monkeys It feels we’re on a set of Planet of the Apes or Killer Clowns watching the door for just one customer to walk through. Most employees talk about searching for better jobs where they are appreciated for coming to work and without having to listen to managers threatening to write everyone up when not meeting their unrealistic metrics.

Answered January 10, 2020

Not enough for all the hours you work making little to nothing standing around waiting for a customer to actually buy their overpriced furniture.

Answered January 6, 2020

Work environment- cutthroat. Dead slow at some locations. Very few customers. So slow you can take an hour snooze in the mattress department and no one will ever notice. Recliners are another option for that hour siesta too.

Answered November 15, 2019
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