Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – November 6, 2018
As a delivery driver the work is sometimes hard but being outside and solving problems on the fly can be fun and rewarding. The pay, while complicated, seems fair. Management does what they can to make things easy and there are always unknowns that can make the work differ day to day so that it doesnt seem like a grind.
Pay is great for no college degree, working outside of an office
Long work days , installing appliances always a helping hand , carrying furniture to 3rd floor houses and apt .getting tips at the job
Driver and Home Delivery Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 3, 2018
My experience there was good hands on training learning how to install appliances build furniture how to carry merchandise into homes always had propper equipment to get the job done. Customers service skills mainting your daily logs for trucks. Management had your back to protect you to a extant. Customers are always right!!!! Great group of guys to work with . They had different departments to go too rather than just delivery
Class A Commercial Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 15, 2018
The work is fun and very challenging. We deliver furnitures, applliances and electronics to customers home and we do set them up. I operate truck in a safe and professional manner in a public highways and various job sites when delivering materials.
Cashiering/Credit/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Murray, UT – October 3, 2018
During my time at RC Willey, I have learned a lot about credit and other financial aspects. I learned how to work with a diverse group of employees and customer base as well. Even though I have enjoyed doing what I do for work, I have felt like there was an incredible amount of drama within the workplace.
Unwilling to change for efficiency in time, management, and safety
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Utah – September 26, 2018
Enjoyed the direct people I work with. Unfortunately, a huge corporate disconnect, stubbornness to change, and denominator management. Corporate seems to not even care about their employees. Lacking in embracing new and better technologies resulting in high turnover, higher expenses, missed opportunities for best customer experience. Primarily with material handling and SAAS. Recent tuition reimbursement program is a positive. Decent discount if you can afford to use it. Not good at rewarding hard work, efficiency, and leadership.
Warehouse Supervisor Lead I (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 3, 2018
Challenging day, some really relax day at RC willey you never known what to expect when you work with furniture. Sometime order are not ready to be deliver but the get scheduled anyways, and that can ruin a customer experience.
Supply Chain Warehouse & Inventory Supervisor (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – August 14, 2018
I really enjoyed working for RC Willey while I was going to school. I think one of the best thing was the GREAT employee discount perk. It now makes it hard for me to pay "full price" for things. It was only a temporary job(4 years), but I enjoyed every minute of it!
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Rocklin, CA – August 8, 2018
If you're good at sucking up and being fake like the rest then this job is for you! This place is like High School all over again. If you're not in the cool kids club, then good luck, because you will get picked on a lot in a very unprofessional and embarrassing way. You can't trust anyone. Managers and HR does what ever they feel like. They are so UNPROFESSIONAL!
A good place to have as a means to get back on your feet.
Prep Crew Support (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 22, 2018
I clean up after the main crew, while they build furniture for delivery and display stores; I am quickly and efficiently organizing the trash and the recyclables. Between boxes, plastic, styrofoam and just plain trash; I consistently carry boxes 100 lbs or more over extended periods of time, while being on my feet, I aid my crew in cleaning up over 3,000 boxes a day.
Small Electronics Specialist (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – July 8, 2018
Typical retail experience with elements of commission/competitive sales. It's a mixed bag of relaxing days and really stressful, fast-paced days. The GM of my store is a super great and fair guy. I've really appreciated the time I've spent at this company.
My boss was flexible with my hours and pays well for retail. Christmas and Thanksgiving off!
free for all on the sales floor. virtually no rules apply
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Rocklin, CA – June 26, 2018
Days usually begin with a meeting featuring a vendor training or sales training. The vendor training is somewhat helpful. The sales training is archaic and repetitive. The culture used to be one of integrity. Our feeling was only the best and most honest people were selected. That feeling has changed. Its now a flooded floor with no supervision. I have learned much about different management styles. I have learned much about self starting and self discipline.
Flooring estimator (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 20, 2018
I worked in the flooring department. The flooring manager was the best manager I ever had. I've had some nasty ones. I had to quit because I was not making enough money to live on. The others in the flooring dept were easy to get along with. I didn't want to quit.