Working at Farmer's Home Furniture

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Ratings for Farmer's Home Furniture

  • Appreciation
    2.7
  • Company Outlook
    3.3
  • Fair Pay
    1.3
  • Learning and Development
    2.4
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Transparency
    1.4
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Farmer's Home Furniture Reviews

What is it like working at Farmer's Home Furniture?

Service Delivery Manager:
Low pay for the work on top of being micromanaged. Dont work for them you can make more flipping burger's. As for raises my store Manager says they dont give raises but as I been observing that's because she can't stick all the money in her pocket if she gives a raise. I have proof of her taking company money charging customers for something and not writing it on the contract so she can pocket it I see it mostly with Delivery fees.
Tons of hours, minimal pay for employees, and lots of micromanagement.
Retail Store Manager in Albertville:
Pros: Fair
Cons: NO work/life balance
Hard work, low pay.
Sales Consultant in Easley:
Pros: Employee Stock Ownership
Cons: Base pay of $7.25 (Minimum Wage) with NO yearly increase.
Long hours with no pay differential.
Credit Manager in McRae:
Pros: The credit approval process
Cons: The pay and knocking on people’s doors to collect money