- 5.0Sep 6, 2023Customer AssistantCurrent Employee
Good benefits and nice people
No overtime, must work in holidays
- 5.0Oct 7, 2023Sales ProfessionalCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
A lot of room to grow and stand out.
Few days of the week there's very little leads coming through the door.
- 4.0Nov 16, 2023Sales AssociateFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsFlorida City, FL
Best pay in the industry! The benefits are great and priced very well for medical and dental.compared to.competitors. I made the mistake of going to work for 3 other competing firms over the last 6 years since I left and it was a mistake. I was a top 5 sales associate at Rooms To Go and my final year, I finished number 1 in my store. In the industry RTG pays the best and and they have the best benefits. By FAR! I left because I thought they were flooding the floors with a 24 million dollar store and 18 sales people. That's actually very good and an industry best as well. The award ceremony should not be understated. They celebrate theie million dollar writers with fine dining, drinks and awards. The company culture is pretty good in this regard but a lack of diversity stains the white dress here. Look at my cons for more info on lack of diversity in upper management.
Like all furniture/mattress stores, its evenings week ends and holidays for all to work extra hours. You will never see ypur family and in order to have significant time off to enjoy life, you need to use vacation or personal time and in 1 year they jsve a fair amount but its not enough. You will grow apart from your partner as life passes you by and you work it all away. I am now leaving the industry due to my only gripe about RTG and furniture in general. Horrible work life balance. You work 50 hours a week and the office lies and makes you sign that you work 40. You work 2 bell to bells per week (open to close) and you always feel Luke your working and even when you make a great check, you have no time to enjoy it. I made 80k or more all the 5 years I worked there but ended up divorced. I recently accepted an accounting job for 65k but week ends and 11 holidays off with pay and good vacation time. I will have time for holidays, week ends and evenings to bond with family and my kids. I can spend time with and enjoy the new woman in my life. If your single, want to make money and look for work life balance later, then this job is great to start and move on later, like I'm doing because make no mistake about it, you will be trading all of your time for that money and although short term it's great, it's not sustainable to work your whole life this way. If you do, you will end up in a lonely place and who wants to sell their soul for 80k? Not me. I now will have more by making less.