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The work environment is not African American friendly. There are clicks and the showroom is managed like a sorority. If you white you're right and if you're anything other than that you are considered less. The staff is lazy and often leave messes and dishes in the sink. Management lack people skills and the ability to think outside of their racist tunnel vision.

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I feel very positive.

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Not enough hours

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The company provide corporate credit cards for which money is uselessly wasted on meetings, wine, cheese and whatever else they chose to spend money on. The other benefit is you can come to work when you feel like it and leave when you feel like it or don't come in at all if you feel like it. Most staff have exhausted their leave and still do as they please. Management can care less because they're hardly ever at work.

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It's all based on your race at Knoll DC. Especially if you work the front desk!

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None, they didn't even train me. Luckily I am a fast learner and can pick up very quickly.

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I was around to say that I worked at Knoll. They make a lot of nice quality furniture and I enjoyed working with the people that I did.

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If you are salary you end up working at home a lot.

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For regular overtime normally you just ask if you can stay later or come in on the weekend. There were only two times that they had mandatory overtime while I was there.

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