I worked at Ashley Furniture Homestore full-time (Less than a year)
Good benefits . Good commission. If you are good at sales, you can make at least $50k/year.
You work every weekend
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Ashley Furniture Homestore (Long Beach, CA) in March 2018.
Applied online and got a call to meet with a manager two days later at 12:30. I get there and the manager I had an appointment to see wasn’t even scheduled to be in the store that day but they said they’d let “somebody” know I was there. I told them I already applied online but they made me fill out another application anyways. I didn’t get seen until 1:45, and a girl who had an appointment at 1 got seen as soon as she walked in. I was ignored by every associate that walked by and the girls at the customer service desk kept whispering and laughing at me and the other girl who came in. When I finally got called, I met with two managers who were basically playing good cop, bad cop because one was actually really nice to me and the other one was unbelievably rude and aloof about the whole process. He did nothing but criticize my answer to every question he asked and just honestly gave me the impression that he didn’t think I should be there. On the phone they said that my work experience and personality were exactly what they were looking for, yet this manager wanted nothing to do with me. The interview was literally 4 minutes and they said they’d call me within 24 hours with a response. I waited for over an hour just to be insulted and mistreated. This experience was so bad that if they even decide to hire me, I will decline with no questions asked. It was absolutely unacceptable.
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