Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 19, 2018
Run from the job postings, run from your interviews, run if you just started working there. Just run. They will make your liFe miserable ! They do not pay OT if you go over your hours. If you get paid lets say 13 an hour, once you go over 40 the 13 per hour continues over 40. Your commission is only 2% with a starting hourly rate of $13. There is no room for growth as they do not have any other title other than sales or store manager. No sales manager, no sales leader, no sales support etc. You're just a robot doing the same thing every day with no growth and we all wanna grow some day don't we? Run! Fly! Swim away! Don't say I didn't warn you. Just look at the yelp reviews. They will back me up.
oo much time spent fixing customer service issues instead of building showroom sales
Showroom Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 2, 2018
Their backwards jurrassic inventory and logistics dept. had me chasing furniture all over the ccountry in all 11 stores instead of company wide vivsibilty. They were just acquired by a Home furnishings Corp out of France , who have NEVER done business in the US, not even ecommerce. I see this merger as a horrifying venture.
Interior Design Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 3, 2017
Working for Modani furniture was a fun experience as the people that work for the company were kind and nice to each other and even though they work on commission there is plenty of support from the store manager to work as a team in order to make their budgets. I have gained a lot of experience in furniture sales from Modani Furniture. Elegant and Unique furniture to work with.
Training Coordinator (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – August 16, 2017
Modani is a great place to work with great people and a challenging and fast paced atmosphere. I learned a lot from myself as far as training new employees and helping them achieve their goals.
* Management has been supportive with me and enjoyable to work.
* The hardest part of my job unfortunately is the daily commute where I am stuck in traffic 4 hours round trip. It is sadly a waste of time and my vehicle is taking a beating. Not to mention gas and tolls.
* The most enjoyable part of my job has been all the people I have met over the course of my time and the my great co-workers who have made my time here a real pleasure.
Administrative Assistant I (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – February 24, 2016
I work in the penthouse as a administrative assistant. I answer the phones and emails. I process the online orders. I also process the incoming and outgoing mail. I make trips to the bank to make deposits for the accounts.
Lead Designer (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 23, 2015
There is a lot to do and many projects that keep me going. I like the work environment, although at times it was very competitive. I wore many different hats & sometimes felt like I was keeping the company afloat.