Materials Handler (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – June 11, 2018
I worked there as a young kid and I enjoyed it. Made friends there and my managers were very chill guys. Work was heavy at times but was easy to work through due to the crew I worked with. I recommend it for it young fresh out of high school guys.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 11, 2018
I have seen one case in which a 64 year old sales person was pushed out of the way and to the ground so another sales person could beat him to a customer. fights between sales managers in front of customers. Avoid working for this company.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – April 11, 2018
The Company has a long history so it has a good idea on how to thrive in the furniture industry, and how to position itself in the market with the huge selection from it's manufacture partners. The company and the infrastructure is good so opportunity for a lucrative career is there for a sales who knows what to do, but the administration is horrible during the time I was there. Fairness and integrity of the managers are non-existent, professionalism is not its strong suit on all levels, sales, managers, or customer service... Nevertheless, I did achieve great success while I was there, due to the timing of the industry and my skill sets. After I left I still keep in touch with friends and ex colleagues so I have been told that there are improvements in leadership.
Sales Associate, Supervisor (Current Employee) – Indio, CA – April 3, 2018
I worked at Mathis brothers for a few years in my late 20s. I literally ke Mathis brothers I think they are a good business who takes care of there own. Mathis isn’t for everyone. It’s a sales job so there is a lot of things that come with a sales job, you have to be thick skinned, a go getter and have good energy. I like Mathis because if you want it bad enough it is there for you. The sky is the limit in how much you can make there because people go in and spend money. There are sales people that make over 100k a year easy. The lower end sales people are making around 60k a year. Not bad...........
Cashier/Receptionist, Design Gallery (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 19, 2018
Learned a lot from interacting with customers and designers. Accepted payments for merchandise, scheduled deliveries, answered phone, assigned customers to next available designer and kept count of foot traffic..
Inadequate pay and ridiculously fast work environment. Think McDonalds
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 16, 2018
For someone still in high school, this is a decent job. They let you start later and it's money coming in. If you're anyone who has to pay for anything other than partying and eating out with your friends, this isn't the place for you. Annual raise is roughly $0.25/hr and since you start at $8/hr roughly, you're not going anywhere anytime soon. Not much opportunity for overtime, and you're pretty replaceable. On the plus side, the job is so simple that anyone can do it (I know this from experience as it felt like Mathis Brothers would hire just about anyone under the sun to work in the warehouse).
Dock Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 20, 2018
It was a nice place to work it was like a family place kind of job. The small store i working at Was always trying to out do the main store in Tulsa. We would try to have the best pull times and load out time and most of the time we did.
Route Driver/Warehouse (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 2, 2017
If you like teamwork and freedom at your jobthis is the place for you. It was a tough job but you’re always busy and having fun. I liked the structure of the job you showed up we will put the furniture together we’re loaded on the truck and then we go deliver it. So we got to meet a lot of cool people and See some cool houses.