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.
Warehouseman/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – June 5, 2018
I worked there for 7 yrs and start at 11 an hr and at the end was only making a little under 13 an hr. The boss didn't care if you were sick and even if they knew you were productive they would stare at you all day making u feel like you were worthless even though we finished all the truck for the day and sometimes even were asked to go home early because we were done. ABSOLUTELY the worst company I have ever worked for
SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Murray, UT – May 17, 2018
The management in this place is very deeply rooted in their favoritism and their 'well if you don't like it, that's too dang bad'. They'll find reasons to not give employees things like raises, days off, etc. Insufferable to work under.
WAREHOUSE LEAD (Current Employee) – Rocklin, CA – April 26, 2018
RCWilley is a fun place to work, lots of amazing people and lots to learn. Very chill laid back place with the typical work expectations any other job asks of you. RCWilley doesn't really have a dresscode for the warehouse portion of the building other than a blue rcwilley shirt. Very repetitive job but easy and predictable, only time its really busy is during holiday sale periods or during the holidays.
I worked warehouse as well as out on the floor. While both were great, working warehouse can get VERY busy and stressful. Management back there is very "iffy" with decision making and WILL play the favorite game with some employees. There's a lot of opportunities for overtime due to a lot of employees coming and going and being short handed. The floor for me was a lot less stressful and was a happier environment. It was a lot better organized than the back ever was.