Compare Under Armour vs Sherrill Furniture BETA

See how Sherrill Furniture vs. Under Armour compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.7
(based on 1161 reviews)
2.5
(based on 3 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.1
3.2
Compensation & Benefits
3.2
3.2
Work-life balance
3.4
3.2
Senior Management
3.1
2.5
Culture & Values
3.8
2.2
CEO Approval
Under Armour Ceo Kevin A. Plank
77%Kevin A. Plank
Sherrill Furniture Ceo Buddy Sherrill
100%Buddy Sherrill
% Recommend to a friend
69%
57%
Positive Business Outlook
52%
N/A

Salaries

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Employee discount"(in 111 reviews)
"Great discount"(in 111 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
"Work life balance"(in 57 reviews)
"Low pay"(in 37 reviews)
Featured Review

I worked at Under Armour

Pros

A wonderful company. Quality clothing you can wear it in cold or heat. I is adaptable to all weather increments.

Cons

No cons just a call back and selling the best product

Former Employee - Sewing Machine Operator

I worked at Sherrill Furniture full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

High quality furniture and responsive management. Good amount of work usually available, and good pay for production workers. Casual atmosphere. Knowledgeable staff in (most) production departments.... Promotes from within and hires within the families and communities. Many long-term employees with high job satisfaction.

Cons

Many people are not skilled, but have just been there a long time or are relatives of other long-time employees. This can be good for the community, but giving people jobs they aren't qualified for... and then refusing to discipline them for their mistakes hurts production and effects the happiness of the skilled workers.

Advice to Management

In years, did not have one single professional interaction with human resources or office staff that didn't result in confusion and delay. In production problems result from mistakes at the bottom... not being addressed directly, but ran through the chain of command until it is not taken seriously by the original offender and the production-delaying mistakes continue to happen.

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