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I worked at Arhaus Furniture full-time (More than a year)
Having so much free will to create amazing displays. Flexible schedule. Awesome co-workers. Great management. Growth potential.Never bored.
The company is growing rapidly and having quite a few growing pains that really affect the store level. For visuals, the workload is extremely demanding. I felt like I never caught a break, to some extent I liked being busy, but it was physically and emotionally draining a lot of the time.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Arhaus Furniture.
I applied online and was contacted by a recruiter at the corporate office. After a brief interview I was set up to meet the manager of the store I was interested in working at. After that interview I was set up to speak with the regional manager for the area. Overall very simple process.
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Arhaus offers handcrafted home furnishings reflective of our global point-of-view. We collaborate with skilled artisans all over the world who craft exclusive collections using the finest materials. In stores, lifestyle settings are infused with everything from antiques, to hand-painted murals and fresh florals. Currently, we have more than 45 stores in the U.S. and with our ...
Mission: "Furnishing a better world.” This philosophy dates back to 1986 when father and son, Jack and John Reed, opened the first store in Cleveland and vowed never to use wood from the world’s endangered rainforests. Today, nearly 50 percent of our collections are made of recycled material. We source sustainable timbers too, grown for furniture making. From stores, to delivery trucks we operate at maximum energy efficiency and promotional pieces are printed using soy-based ink and on recycled paper.