- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
In 1993, Evergreen Enterprises was born when company president Ting Xu and her parents started creating and selling flags at the Virginia State Fair. It was then that they realized that they could embark on an incredible journey to support the advancement of independent home, garden, and gift retailers with a variety of functional and decorative products that has now lasted over 20 years .
We enhance life by providing exceptional home and garden decor products known for their quality, beauty and functionality.
We are committed to the practice of free and fair trade and are respectful of our global business partners as well as the environments in which we all operate.
We are a progressive learning organization that seeks best practices with customers, employees, vendors and shareholders.
Quality of Work
Easy Working Relationships
I have been working at Evergreen Enterprises full-time (More than 3 years)
Always lots of good product to sell. We are paid fairly and a good amount of expenses are covered. Recognition and rewards for doing a good job are huge here. There are a few issues with quality now and then but customer service ALWAYS does right by the customer and is nice about it.
I don't think this is really downside but lazy people need not apply : )
Advice to Management
Don't keep raising sales goals to unrealistic levels for your best people that are already doing double what most people are doing.
I applied online. I interviewed at Evergreen Enterprises (Richmond, VA).
I received a call in the morning from HR two days after I submit my application. Just asked me some basic question, including willingness to relocate, salary expectation, date available to start the position, etc. And received second call in the afternoon, and told me the interview time. The interview contain 3 people. One HR, and two manager from the department. No behavior question, just go through the resume, and the details of working experience. People are nice.
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