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1 day ago

Application Support Analyst – new

Aaron's Atlanta, GA

challenge and has a strong drive to achieve. We like to set the bar high, roll up our sleeves and work… Aaron's


25 days ago

Regional Audit Supervisor

Aaron's Atlanta, GA

challenge and has a strong drive to achieve. We like to set the bar high, roll up our sleeves… Aaron's


18 days ago

Senior Project Manager

Aaron's Atlanta, GA

embraces challenge and has a strong drive to achieve. We like to set the bar high, roll up our sleeves and work… Aaron's


12 days ago

Manager, Benefits

Aaron's Atlanta, GA

embraces challenge and has a strong drive to achieve. We like to set the bar high, roll up our sleeves and work together to… Aaron's


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Aaron's Reviews

325 Reviews
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Aaron's President & CEO Ronald W. Allen
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Good company in need of some fresh management to become a great company

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    Current Employee - Systems Administrator  in  Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Systems Administrator in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Aaron's

    Pros

    There are good opportunities to learn new processes and business concepts but you have to be willing to teach yourself (little if any sponsored training/education). There are some great people at Aaron Rents (store support centers in metro Atlanta). I liked my boss as a person and he drove me to do more and learn as much as possible to succeed.

    Cons

    Low pay, little advancement opportunity. Management sees most home office employees as a liability and as necessary overhead. If you're not generating revenue for Aaron Rents you might as well be siphoning gas from the CEOs car. The good old boy network is alive and thriving at Aaron Rents.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do whatever must be done to improve corporate culture. You have great people working for you, it wouldn't hurt to let them know. Compensate people better and you'll keep the talented individuals that you know are more expensive to replace than to retain. Offer stock options - it's the cheapest benefit to offer and the most appreciated (other than cash) by employees. I would have stayed had I been offered competitive pay and stock options (the company has a bright financial future).

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