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What is the work environment and culture like at Rooms To Go?

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RTG has the worst company culture I’ve ever seen in a company with respect to its drivers. They force the drivers to carry $10 million in coverage. That’s $180 a week in insurance taken out of your check. Your deductible is $2500. They take $100 a week for a bond until it reaches $2k for shuttle drivers and $4k for home delivery drivers. For shuttle drivers they pay $1.25 per mile but nothing for unloading the trailers. They only pay $.06 cents per mile fuel surcharge and eliminate it when fuel cost drop. They will push all drivers constantly to work over there DOT hours. There is no accountability accept towards the drivers. The trucks are ancient high mileage trucks, if you decided to lease. The trucks have been leased over and over. There are no benefits. RTG aka Southeast Independent Delivery Service Inc doesn’t care about the drivers. You are all expendable. Highest turnover I’ve seen in any job I’ve ever held. Avoid at all cost.

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It depends on the schedule, if you work in the warehouse and have an evening shift....it going to be a no life situation.

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You will have NO work/life balance!

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Hard work, fun environment

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Gulfport, MS

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You are going to get slackers just about anywhere you go. It is good managements responsibility to deal with them and create ways to make them accountable. If management doesn't, the only choice is to go elsewhere.

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Terrible.... The management has made all sales people miserable. They Flood the floor. Not a good place to work. This is a place where you should always be on the lookout for a new job if you do decide to work there.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Jensen Beach, FL

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Fun and friendly for the most part

Answered - Order Selector/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) - Lakeland, FL

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As a porter, the work environment is your responsibility, so it's only as clean and organized as you make it.

The culture varies from store to store like a tribe system, each one is different. I was one of only 2 guys at my store, and the only one who didn't act like an old lady.

If you're into work place gossip and drama, you'll fit right in. If, however, you want to be productive and go home, it might seem a little more difficult than you expect.

Answered - Porter (Former Employee) - Leesburg, FL

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Friendly work environment every helps each other to get work done no matter what department.

Answered - Lifts (Former Employee) - Brookshire, TX

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Great learning and meet new people

Answered - Home Furnishing Consultant (Current Employee) - Texas

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