Reborn Cabinets Inc.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Vince Nardo
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
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Production Supervisor in Anaheim, CA
on November 13, 2021
Not a great company to work for anymore. They are implementing outrageous rules and regulations. The turn over rate is crazy. Your compensation not fair at all
Designer in Anaheim, CA
on January 9, 2022
You are going to do a lot of driving and no matter what they tell you there will be a ton of driving and it is suggested that a new car will not be advisable. There will be two leads a day and three when you work on the weekend, and these are not vetted leads and you will have to work hard to continually learn your position. I learned that working here prices are going up to help pay for the heavy corporate positions that are being added along with bare minimum compensation such as mileage and personal cellular reimbursement. My suggestion is to see right through the corporate recruiters and the spam you are given and do your diligent research by asking people on LinkedIn if they really like the job. Overall, this is not a career for anyone with a high turnover in both sales and corporate positions with Reborn mainly being a JOB! Not a Career!
Customer Service Representative in Orange County, CA
on December 9, 2021
Love working here. I've worked many many jobs in the duration of my lifetime and I can tell you that it is truly a privilege to be part of this team. It is a wonderful opportunity and I enjoy what I do.
Cabinet Trim Carpenter Apprentice in San Diego, CA
on October 5, 2021
My List of Pros and Cons of working as an apprentice reface installer @ Reborn SD for 5 current months:Pros: -High Demand/ More than Plenty of work to be done/ Overtime usually Always Available.- Transfers to different jobs bring good sights/viewpoints.- You Learn at your own pace at Reborn and you can be a Lead installer and run your own projects/jobs anytime you are fit and ready to enter lead installer training.Cons:- Highly Underpaid work, pay with know-nothing experience starts at $16 ph and caps at $16 ph regardless of your experience level and arsenal of tools after 90 days. If you do request a raise after 90 days, good luck with that, once you get in touch with Reborn Management for the 2nd or 3rd time, you will fall into the Black hole of never getting a call or email back for months and there go your raise wages.-Mileage Reimbursement after 40 miles is often inadequate gas reimbursement considering the frequent amount of heavy loads of warehouse materials that apprentices are required to transport from warehouses both in Anahiem, CA and San Diego, CA with personal vehicles.- Understaffed. With so many job plans being measured wrong, cabinets arriving in the wrong size, materials missing on jobs, jobs not being scheduled timely, all happening at the same time, few installers and appentices opt to stick around and produce at the end of the program.- Treated more like Independent Sub-Contractors rather than Apprentice Employees (Very little - 0 hands on training, rushed into the field, all production must be done with your tools $6000 min., and Reborn’s Materials free). Many needed Trade-Secret/handy consumables are encouraged to be to added to your arsenal with no company reimbursement for them.
Schedule Coordinator in Las Vegas, NV
on September 20, 2021
So, everyone that works here is beyond friendly. They preach being like a "family." However, when it comes to treatment, it's the furthest from family than I could think. The starting pay is only $14 an hour, with no timeline provided for when a raise can or will occur. They also state that bonuses will be awarded based on performance. What they don't tell you is that new hires don't get access to this "bonus". Who knows how long it will take for that to take place. They are putting new hires on a 6 day work week schedule. 6 hour weekdays, along with an 8 hour weekend day. Seems counter-intuitive to the "family" environment. The training wasn't the best, supervisors constantly getting information incorrect. So you're getting trained about a specific thing one way one day, then the following day getting told to do it a different way. When it comes to the average workday, you clock in and connect to their call software. Then you wait for calls. You repeat one of the two scripts they have you memorize to each customer then input their information. Wash, rinse, repeat. You're expected to take an average of 100 calls a day.

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