Hortons Home Lighting Management FAQ

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Hortons Home Lighting has a positive Business Outlook of 26%.

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How is management perceived at Hortons Home Lighting?

4 English reviews out of 4

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August 10, 2021

Pros

You get a pay check and it always clears the bank, I have never had a check not clear.

Cons

The management has a different idea of who they are than reality. They paint a really rosy financial picture that isn’t true.

The management has a different idea of who they are than reality.

August 10, 2021

Reviewed by: Sales Associate in La Grange, IL (Former Employee)

November 2, 2019

Pros

Get skills on putting customer information into the system, working two different companies under one POS.

Cons

Having to wear unappealing khakis and shirts that doesn’t look anything like business wear. Not having enough hours given. Poor management. As a cashier they don’t want full timers and keep hiring kids. Managers are not socially appropriate. Threatens to take money deduction if you don’t return their shirts.

Advice to Management

Get your act together and stop getting too comfortable in your position. Also stop belittling employees.

Poor management.

November 2, 2019

Reviewed by: Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee)

October 2, 2020

Pros

-Get to know managers -good hours

Cons

-since it's a small pressure, you may feel bad about calling in sick

Get to know managers

October 2, 2020

Reviewed by: Cashier in La Grange, IL (Current Employee)

November 2, 2019

Pros

Get skills on putting customer information into the system, working two different companies under one POS.

Cons

Having to wear unappealing khakis and shirts that doesn’t look anything like business wear. Not having enough hours given. Poor management. As a cashier they don’t want full timers and keep hiring kids. Managers are not socially appropriate. Threatens to take money deduction if you don’t return their shirts.

Advice to Management

Get your act together and stop getting too comfortable in your position. Also stop belittling employees.

Managers are not socially appropriate.

November 2, 2019

Reviewed by: Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee)

4 English reviews out of 4