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30+ days ago

Freehold - Interior Sales Specialist

Arhaus Freehold, NJ

Imagine working in an environment full of rich colors, beautiful fabrics, luxurious leathers, down feathered seating, upbeat music, fresh flowers… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

South Plainfield, NJ - In Home Delivery Specialist

Arhaus Furniture South Plainfield, NJ

If this sounds like the type of environment you would flourish in, we invite you to apply online for consideration. Job Responsibilities… Glassdoor

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Arhaus Furniture CEO John Reed
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    As the Door Turns......

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    Current Employee - Store Manager in Freehold, NJ
    Current Employee - Store Manager in Freehold, NJ

    I have been working at Arhaus Furniture full-time (more than 3 years)


    The showroom is visually intoxicating. It takes your breath away. Filled with one of a kind pieces from far away lands. Well appointed pieces are showcased in an inviting manner.


    This is where it gets interesting. Your are berated on a daily bases for your numbers. The pressure is insurmountable. Your expected to work on your days off, no overtime and no vacation pay. There is no support from upper management. If your appointed a store manager your time is limited. Furniture is delivered damaged on a daily bases or doesn't show up at all. No one answers you at corporate. If they do they are just rude. I've never worked for a company like this. It's a shame. They make all the stores place inspirational quotes in the break room and don't adhere to them. The positive reviews listed here are from corporate. I've never written a review before let alone a negative one..

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    Upper management needs to be well versed in human resources. A training program needs to be implemented at the store level.

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