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  • www.conns.com
  • The Woodlands, TX
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1890
  • Company - Public (CONN)
  • Consumer Electronics & Appliance Shops
  • $1 to $2 billion (USD)

CompetitorsBest Buy, Walmart
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Conn’s is a 125-year old consumer goods retailer with over $1 billion in revenue and over 4,000 employees. The company, headquartered in The Woodlands, TX, is publicly-traded (NASDAQ:CONN) and operates more than 100 retail locations in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, ...

Conn's Reviews

4.0
77%
Recommend to a Friend
85%
Approve of CEO
 Norm Miller
Norm Miller
547 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, less than 1 year

"Conns is Great"

May 15, 2021 - Store Manager
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

I am very impressed with Conns‘s inclusivity and selling culture. The interview process is amazing and very thorough. I was very fortunate to have been exposed to the district team as well as some

Cons

Technology could be compatible with current trends

Advice to Management

Keep it up
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Diversity & Inclusion at Conn's

4.2
(225 Reviews)

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Conn's Interviews

Experience
Positive39%
Negative39%
Neutral21%
Getting an Interview
Applied online45%
Recruiter17%
In Person16%
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  1. Store Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Colorado Springs, CO
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Conn's (Colorado Springs, CO) in Feb 2021

    Interview

    Interview process was long but not unpleasant. At least initially. First interview was with local DM and Local HR. That interview was simple and down to earth. I got to know both of these people and they were likable and seemed genuine. I got great follow-up communication. 2nd interview was with regional manager. That was a bit more in-depth and we got along well. He gave me tips on points to stress on the next round. 3rd interview was with a regional recruiting and a division leader. This interview also went well and the folks were very likable. I received positive feedback that "I crushed it". Last interview was set up with the national retail manager. I have to admit it was the strangest professional encounter I've ever had. The first odd thing that happened was that he called me an hour earlier than was set up by the recruiter. The recruiter told me it was set at 10am central time (which would be 9am Mnt, where I am) She sent the email conformation through at 9am Central. I guess I could have caught this mistake, and brought it to someone's attention. Unfortunately, I didn't notice until after the "surprise" interview. As if this wasn't enough, the gentleman interviewing me, lets just call him "R", asked one question, and then was in a hurry to get off the phone. Even during me speaking I could hear him making sighing sounds like he was bored or not even paying attention. He had me on speaker phone and was clearly across the room actively doing something else. At one point I thought I heard dishes as if he was calling me from his home and loading a dishwasher. Not sure on this point, but he clearly was just going through the motions. After a single question and him wrapping up the interview, I remember getting off the phone thinking "What the h@@@ was that?" At the time I thought he was just going through the motions because he had heard good things about me from the previous interviews. A day later I got a rejection email. It was most disapointing because I had so much more I wanted to cover in the interview that I never had a chance to speak about. The DM texted me later in the day and said he didnt know what happened, but would find out. I never heard back. To this day I still don't know what that last "interview" was all about. I've just assumed that they had someone in mind other than me all along. The worst part of the whole experience was that I was genuinely excited about the role and I'm certain I would have made everyone around me successful.
    Interview

    "R" muttered something along the lines of "What about driving sales?"

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