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30+ days ago

Austin, TX - Client Services Specialist

Arhaus Furniture Austin, TX

• Reports to and takes all direction from Store Manager • Assist in promptly solving client concerns prior to and following delivery • Assist… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Austin - Manager in Training

Arhaus Furniture Austin, TX

• Industry-leading compensation! Our managers and associates are some of the highest paid employees in our industry . . . that’s because we are one… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Austin - Interior Sales Associate

Arhaus Furniture Austin, TX

Arhaus Furniture, a rapidly growing, fashion forward home furnishings retailer, is currently seeking full time and part time sales associates. In… Glassdoor

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Arhaus Furniture CEO John Reed
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    Worst experience of my life in the retail business

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    Former Employee - Sales  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Sales in Austin, TX

    I worked at Arhaus Furniture full-time for less than a year


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    Unprofessional atmosphere in both the stores and corporate. Management is not trained and have no leadership or people skills. Training is non-existent after the corporate trainers leave. Corporate people are rude and treat store people like slaves. Product is not great quality for the amount of money they charge. Customer service is horrible in the corporate headquarters. Delivery issues are not addressed and the customer is left hanging with damaged items and damage in their homes from delivery people who could care less about customer service.

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    The owner of the company is arrogant, demeaning and could care less about the people who work for him. That was evident when he visited the store and only spoke to the young salespeople. You need leadership in all areas and a good role model in key positions. Get off your pedestal and find out what is going on in the stores.

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