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30+ days ago

Office Assistant

Rooms To Go Austin, TX

These fun, exciting and fast paced positions require good verbal and written communication skills (bilingual is a plus), a strong desire to work with… Rooms To Go

30+ days ago

Office Manager

Rooms To Go Austin, TX

Office manager positions provide excellent growth potential and require a minimum of 2 years of strong customer service experience, data entry and… Rooms To Go

30+ days ago


Rooms To Go Austin, TX

Porter positions require prior experience in lifting, loading, unloading, and/or assembling furniture. In addition, general cleaning and maintenance… Rooms To Go

30+ days ago

Service Technicians

Rooms To Go Austin, TX

The successful candidate must possess a valid drivers license, clean driving record, solid mechanical skills, and the ability to work with wood and… Rooms To Go

30+ days ago

Furniture Repair Technicians

Rooms To Go Austin, TX

Experience in a warehouse setting is preferred but not required. High school diploma or equivalent is required. Variable shifts… Rooms To Go

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Rooms To Go CEO Jeff Seaman
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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Austin, TX

    I worked at Rooms To Go full-time (More than 5 years)

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    You make good money- min $50K/Yr as a Sales Associate as long as you hit your minimum of $83,500 Volume per month. There is lots of traffic and customers that purchase here due to prices; style of furniture and 0% non accruing interest and extensive advertising that RTG does. Your co workers are like family: you see each other more than you see you're family at home and you get into fights over stealing customers and then you go back to being somewhat civil. Another plus: the mattress reps and sometime the company provides food on long holiday work days. The medical benefits are decent as far as what they take out of your checks. Paid holidays, paid vacations get 2weeks/yr. Get an additional day off to use when you work on a holiday which was nice so you didn't have to use a personal day.


    There's always a bad apple or 2 at each store that causes problems for managers and other co workers. You constantly feel like you are walking on pens and needles (must make sure you do not say certain things in front of certain people that will spin it to get you fired or written up). It is truly every man for himself; doggy dog; high turn over; lots of things you have to familiarize yourself with (beds, mattresses, accessories, fabric & leather protection) and outrageous goals and demands you have to maintain to stay working there. The management staff are not real managers they are micro-managed and told what to do by someone up higher. I've worked with several different managers and all but maybe 1 or 2 have been sociopaths. They are a lot of write-ups and some of them do not even make sense. Very unprofessional and unethical environment to work in. The hours are long (work 12 hr shifts sometimes days in a row). You do not get 2 days off in a row unless you use a personal day. RTG becomes your life and all you talk about. When making complaints to HR you have to get multiple people involved for things to happen; otherwise that person or manager gets a slap on hand. The managers treat you like children and all they care about is hitting their numbers because it can cost them their jobs. If you like DRAMA, this is your place; something shady and scandalous always happening!

    Advice to Management

    Start making managers go through test before hiring them to see if they have customer service skills and if they are a people person instead of just a numbers person. Once become manager they should go through training on managing others. Give your managers more freedom to do things without having to contact regional to do things such as give away a free people. As far as write-ups: I believe in critiquing individuals to help them improve but telling a person:" Im writing you up for not having enough add-ons or volume, from looking at your numbers you aren't going to make it this month, sign here, is not helping anyone! if anything they have to constantly fight to get that out of their heads so that they can concentrate on selling so they do not get fired. They use to promote within and recently started promoting outside. Not much room for advancement.

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