Avis d'employé sur Ashley Furniture HomeStore
time put in doesnt equal money earned
The pay structure is set up so that after the probation period you could get--and are likely to--be paid less than you should be for the hours you work.
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Management was the toughest to deal with. Always writing up the crew's. Management just in the Warehouse was horrible more for the guy who sat in the office that overlooks everything and everyone, more considered a boss and not a leader. Supervisors not knowing their own jobs except for one that quit out of the blue which was a shock. Went from organized to chaos. Micro managing badly. No home/work life Balance.
Long hours, not recognized for anything, no home/work life balance, bullied by mid upper management, forced to come in when sick.
From the day I started until the day I left the company it was not a good place to work, from the upper management team all the way down to the hourly employees, nobody ever wants to look at new ways to make things better but all have something to say because the company is not doing well.
The position I was given ended up with 3 titles. I didn't get proper training for one of the job titles but I was never hired to be permanent. I was told it was a permanent position however ensuring my training stuck it to me. Just politics.
Only management and sales gets free food
Long hrs a d a fight for overtime