Aaron's is the leader in sales to lease ownership and specialty retailing of all furniture, consumer electronics, appliances, computers and much more. We strive to make a difference in the communities we serve and in the lives of our customers by offering the best possible experience to help them achieve their ownership goals. At Aaron’s, first names are just as important as brand names.
To learn what a career with the nation’s premier sales and lease ownership retailer may mean to you, visit jobs.aaronsinc.com.
HomeSmart extends Aaron’s sales and lease ownership philosophy for even greater flexibility with affordable weekly customer payment options. With the shortest time to buy in the industry, HomeSmart is committed to the idea that everyone deserves the good things in life and at home. Like Aaron’s, HomeSmart is dedicated to a customer relationship measured not in dollars, but in time spent with them. With HomeSmart, you’re helping build a great company and making people’s lives better. If you put in 100% and a bit of time, you’ll advance and realize your full potential. Building on Aaron’s unique retail model, HomeSmart and its associates are poised for tremendous growth.
Partnering with Aaron’s, Woodhaven operates 12 facilities in 5 states, making quality, affordable furniture and bedding. When customers choose furniture from Aaron’s or HomeSmart, they will get an expertly made American product at substantial savings. Woodhaven is able to control all aspects of manufacturing, styling and durability, thereby enjoying a real competitive advantage. Fostering Aaron’s commitment to green practices and sustainable manufacturing processes, Woodhaven recycles all scrap materials, uses sustainable wood products in its furniture and makes extensive use of post-consumer content. Woodhaven forms the backbone of Aaron’s effort to sustainably put great, American-made furniture into the homes of hardworking consumers.
Working at Aaron’s is about so much more than a paycheck. The relationship between our associates and our customers is the foundation of our success. Every day, we work together toward the common goal of ownership, positively impacting the lives of our customers, and our associate’s careers. Our teams are invested in our commitment to making a personal difference.
Aaron’s provides the comprehensive benefits you would expect from an established and growing industry leader. Our associates enjoy a variety of benefits unique to Aaron’s including:
- Medical/Dental Coverage
- Life Insurance
- 401K Plan
- Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay
- Incentive Bonus
- Referral Bonus
- Sundays Off
- Ongoing Training and Development
- Direct Deposit
Aaron’s has donated over 1,000 associate hours and $1.5 million to charity partners over the last year. Sharing our success makes us all better and stronger, both as an employer and as individuals.
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Aaron'sPros
You get a paycheck, that's about itCons
Everything else, slow rate of promotion, if any, poor quality of life, they hold getting a GM position, but very few get thereAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Promote the right people, and give better raises/incentivesDoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Aaron's in December 2014.Interview Details
3 weeks after I applied, I was contacted by a guy to schedule an interview from a different store than I applied to. My thought was that this just happened to be the store where interviews took place - nope it was for that store (45 minutes farther away) . Interview was set for 3 days away, at 11:00am (store opened at 10am). I arrived at 10:50 to ensure I was on-time. The guy I was to meet was not in the store when I arrived, so I happily waited. By 11:05, I was growing curious as to where he was, 11:10am, no sign. 11:15am, no sign - but the employee there said "he should be right back - I told him you were here when you walked in", 11:20am he walked in and said he would need a few minutes to get situated. 11:35am, finally ready to start (I was pretty angry at the unprofessionalism by this point and no longer wanted to work there, but I stayed to see if he could change my mind). Questions were fairly basic and straightforward interview questions, "tell me why you want to work here, what are your strengths for this position, what type of experience do you have in this field, etc, etc."Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- There wasnt much unexpected in the form of questions, but more-so in the job details and responsibilities. The position of store manager, somehow quickly developed into an almost purely outside sales position. "I'm looking for someone who can canvas the neighborhood and generate rapport with the surrounding neighborhoods and leave door hangers, etc." View Answer