I worked at El Dorado Furniture (More than 3 years)
Good environment exists at the company
Low Salary in the beginning
Advice to Management
Keep trying to achieve your goals
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at El Dorado Furniture (West Palm Beach, FL) in September 2016.
This was a complete waste of my time. I applied through a different career website shortly after the recruiter calls and ask to complete an extensive application through the main website shortly after she set an interview with the showroom manager. I arrived the day of the interview and I had to wait 15 minutes just because the no one had no clue about the interview and the two manager that were supposed to interview me they were on vacation. I finally was interview by another showroom leader which she was apologetic about the situation, the interview was longer than expected which is always a good sign and showroom leader concluded the interview by telling me that I will be set up for a second interview which showroom managers for them to know me. I shortly did a follow email to the recruiter manager about the interview outcome. “Never a thank you or a single world back” I knew I wasnt gonna get called for the simply fact it wasn’t her showroom they already was a lack of communication in between. I simply called the recruiter again and she had no clue of who I was and she just told me if I didn’t hear from them didn’t 3-5 business days it means that they are not interested. “I felt I was just talking to customer service about an order” I have 3 different degrees 2 in Interior Design and over 15 years in Furniture Sales & Interior Design to the position why would she set up the interview in the first place?. I’m a Hispanic gay male so am assuming that since this company has such of a huge ego and so many “Good Family Values” like they call it I never made it to the second interview. So where’s the diversity they claim they have? And yes they have a huge ego I never walked to a furniture showroom where they have all they founders in a golden frame which almost look like the “Last Supper”.
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