Working at Floor and Decor Outlets of America

2.9
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  • Appreciation
    2.6
  • Company Outlook
    3.5
  • Fair Pay
    1.8
  • Learning and Development
    3.4
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.9
  • Pay Policy
    1.5
  • Pay Transparency
    1.9
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Floor and Decor Outlets of America Reviews

What is it like working at Floor and Decor Outlets of America?

October 2019
"Room for Improvement."
Senior Finance Manager in Atlanta:
Pros: Flexibility and the ability to shape the organization’s future.
Cons: There is a great deal of bias and inequality with not enough focus on diversity & inclusion.
November 2019
"It is a rewarding job if all of your superiors consider you an asset."
Logistics Coordinator in Savannah:
Pros: I enjoy being able to learn other roles or functions and being asked to assist when needed.
Cons: At my job I feel that all of the in-house policies set forth by this company are not being applied the same for each individual associate.
September 2020
"Unorganized, Mistreated, some Fun."
Interior Designer in Austin:
Pros: Working with Customers on Designing their homes, having regular customers, flexible scheduling, new direct management that arrived two days ago, mostly cool coworkers
Cons: The lack of organization from management, proper in-person training they have yet to make time for in a month, being mistreated by my previous direct manager and wood dept manager, not being respected as a designer/being treated like another associate, nearly impossible to take rest breaks or lunch on weekends, difficult to get a meeting with management, HR treated me like dirt, and I’m fairly certain the other designer who is male is being paid more than me. I’ll be speaking to management about this. No work life balance emotionally.
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