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Not the worst place to work

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Former Employee - Sales in Fort Wayne, IN
Former Employee - Sales in Fort Wayne, IN

I worked at Furniture Row

Pros

opportunities for growth, overall good people in the company, willing to spend money on training, a chance to see new places.

Cons

pay expectation given to new employees is not realistic, benefits are ok NOT GREAT, require you to move for promotion, ok place to work but only in if its the last option, favoritism shown to certain employees and certain regions

Advice to ManagementAdvice

need to adjust pay break down for today's economy, QUIT LOWERING THE QUALITY OF PRODUCTS, don't make promises that are clearly not going to happen

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    Current Employee - Sales/Warehouse in Charlotte, NC
    Current Employee - Sales/Warehouse in Charlotte, NC

    I have been working at Furniture Row

    Pros

    You make what you put into it.

    Cons

    Low traffic flow during the week

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    Owners have strong values, not always shared throughout organization

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    Former Employee - District Sales Manager in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - District Sales Manager in Denver, CO

    I worked at Furniture Row

    Pros

    Great growth plan, pay very high as compared to other retail organizations. A few very strong and capable leaders that truly care.

    Cons

    Strong egos in male dominated upper-management, they manage out of fear and have lost sight of what made them successful. Long retail hours and very large work load. On the road 4 nights a week, between travel and work you log approx 75 hours per week.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Surround yourself with leadership who actually enjoy people, if you are in the "people business" then your upper-management should represent the best of the organization. Due to some poor judgement calls and bad promotions (due to aggressive growth) your eye is off the ball and the brilliance of the company culture is struggling to survive.

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