I have been working at Conn's full-time
Everything is pure positivity with the entire work enviorment and management.
Long 12 hour shifts but big commission checks to make up for it
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Conn's (Houston, TX) in October 2017.
The initial phone interview was pleasant and normal. The HR person was really nice. There was a weird moment where she warned me that I might see some negative employee reviews of the company and gave and excuse for them. She even offered to call be before my interview with the CMO to give me some coaching.
I now realize this is because the CMO is the most difficult and picky person and they've had a lot of trouble filling roles. I was cut off in the interview process because I asked a question about work form home opportunities. Just wanted to know if that was an option. It wasn't and the CMO was so put out from asking the question she stopped the process altogether. The actual feed back was, "the CMO was not comfortable that you asked a question she didn't like."
I'm thankful. I would not have wanted to work for a company where you weren't allowed to ask questions or make suggestions.
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