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Great Place To Work
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee), Tukwila, WANovember 8, 2014
Trusted with driving, delivering, repairing and collecting funds for customers all over the state. Learn strong customer service skills, ability to find place off the map in three counties, shipping recieving skills along with how to work within a budget. CoWorkers and Management were great to work with. Hardest part of the job was receiving damaged – more... goods from shipping company and keeping the customers who had to wait for the product happy. Driving to different areas on daily basis made the job enjoyable. – less
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Good Environment
Human Resource Manager (Former Employee), Seattle, WAOctober 24, 2014
Pros: fun environment
Cons: long hours
Enjoyable to work there and co-workers are nice to be around
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Was a great place to invest my first 30 years of work
Supervisor/Trainer/Laborer (Former Employee), Norwalk, OHOctober 7, 2014
Pros: great place to work with great people
Cons: some of the hours sometimes were long.
The place was like a family all working together on a project.
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A fine place to work with a friendly and helpful staff.
Supervisory Manager (Former Employee), Austin, TXJuly 9, 2014
Pros: very helpful staff
Cons: working on the dock all day can be quite challenging during the summer months
I enjoyed working at Norwalk, The Sofa & Chair Company very much. It's a family owned and helpful business to learn many different types of duties and ways to advance.
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Not a great place to work
Upholster (Former Employee), Norwalk, OHNovember 2, 2013
Pros: work schedule
Cons: everything
I worked there for 5 month. I got hurt on the job and let go shortly after everything was done. Most of the manager that are there do not know how to manage or run a company. The HR department is a joke. If you are not sleeping with a manger or kissing someones aXX you are not someone they want to have working for them.
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Best place to work before they closed
TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR/WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), Norwalk, OHSeptember 14, 2012
Pros: great co-workers and management, good pay and benefits, learned alot!
Cons: the company shut down
As Supervisor of the Warehouse Dept. and Transportation Dept. days were very challanging which I like. My co-workers were the best. I sceduled the furniture to be shipped to customers and saw that the trailors were assigned properly and furniture was loaded correctly so as no damage. Oversaw 8 workers on the Loading Dock and 5 others in various depts. – more... as we were third shift. In the Warehouse I scheduled the unloading of raw materials to be delivered to the different depts. Kept inventory control and also assigned job duties to the 5 co-workers in the dept. – less
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Good company with good people
Senior Regional Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GASeptember 12, 2012
Pros: new challenge everyday, great people to work with everyday, ability to impact the business
Cons: taking to long to implement policy's or procedures, not a good business plan for franchisees
Typical day would start around 7 am and would end 7 pm with always being on call. I learned so many different things with Norwalk for P&L, managing large groups of people 100+, design, team work, how to write policy's, how to be a great trainer and many other things. The owner of the company was wonderful to work for and so was the vice president. I – more... truly enjoyed all the people I worked with and who worked for me. The hardest part of my job was trying to be the best at everything. I feel I almost had to many responsibilites to be able to be great at all of them.I loved working with clients and designers to give clients what they wanted for there homes. I also really enjoyed working with franchisees across the country with everything from budgets to hiring the right people. – less