Conn's Home Plus

Working at Conn's Home Plus: Company Overview and Reviews

Conn's Home Plus
Conn's Home Plus
2.8
1433 reviews
Conn's Home Plus Ratings
2.8
Average rating of 1433 reviews on Indeed
2.5Work-Life Balance
2.9Pay & Benefits
2.5Job Security & Advancement
2.5Management
2.6Culture
Headquarters
The Woodlands, TX
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Retail

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 Average SalarySalary Range
249 salaries reported
$16.28
per hour
$7.25-$36.95
219 salaries reported
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per hour
$7.25-$22.30
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per hour
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243 salaries reported
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per hour
$7.25-$41.00
195 salaries reported
$16.32
per hour
$7.25-$36.85
Salary Satisfaction
35%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2352 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

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Overall Reviews at Conn's Home Plus

4.0
Collection Agent | Beaumont, TX | Feb 3, 2020
Most enjoyable part of my job
The inconsistency is a blessing and a curse here. Nothing stays the same, but this has taught me how to adjust very quickly and also I’ve been able to learn quite a few tasks other than my job description which may help me moving forward.
2.0
Inventory Control Specialist | Houston, TX | Jan 29, 2020
inventory control
typical cycle counting every single day. the warehouse had every single product conns sells from electronics to bedroom furniture tvs washers dryers computers dish washers computers honestly the possibilities of what we didn't hold or have in stock was endless.
2.0
Retail Sales Associate | Orlando, FL | Jul 23, 2021
Easy to advance if you want, but the management is trash
I was able to get promoted in the company but I didn't have enough support in order to do the job I needed to do, managerial support was trash they encourage a highly competitive and cutthroat work environment. Those that steal customers from other people got rewarded, and the manager encouraged us to lie and do whatever it took to get money from people's pockets. They actually have full-on training sessions to teach you how to not say certain important key details (like interest rates) to customers so they don't choose not to buy. Everybody that comes into the doors is to be considered as a dollar sign and not as a person. When you become a specialist or any kind of manager position your pay stays the same as when you entered basically and you get an incentive saying that at the end of the month if your department in the whole store is doing good you get a bonus. But if your department is doing well and the store sales aren't you don't get anything.
ProsAbility to get promoted in the company
ConsOnly store managers get good pay, department managers only get paid if the store is doing well, promises not to be a cutthroat sales environment but it is
5.0
Retail Assistant Manager | Las Vegas, NV | Oct 11, 2020
Conns
Awesome place to work. You work with a team of sales associates that become like family. You get help all across the floor. From cashiering to quacking inventory even to close the customer. Lots of incentives and bonuses. Overall outstanding place to work
1.0
Sales Representative | Denton, TX | Aug 23, 2020
Worst decision Ive ever made save youre time and keep looking
I worked at the Conns in Denton and let me tell you KEEP LOOKING! Do not waste your time with this conpany! They make you huge promises that they cant keep but somehow its your fault. They promise you commission paychecks around $2000 but with how the economy is going you will definitely get hourly checks that are around $800. When I tried to talk to my manager about my low paychecks she suggested I stay all day and make more phone calls. We had no one to call and if they had it their way you would be there everyday open to close. Management is horrible the general manager plays favorites and the assistant manager Alex has no idea about what hes doing and will constantly badger you. All in all this job is not worth the hassle.
ProsOne hour lunches
ConsHorrible management, not enought money, its always somehow your fault for not making your qoutes and they play favorites
1.0
Electronics Technician | Harlingen, TX | Dec 13, 2020
Stressful
BBad management Managers do not know how to run the business and will never have a good job attitudeThis company has never been in anything organized customers are very and will never step down without getting a new unit service calls are more than 40 days behind so when you get home do at home things are not good
2.0
Customer Relations Representative | San Antonio, TX | Jun 30, 2020
Location & steady work
The good Great products great customer service friendly atmosphere 40 hours a week convenient location close to 410 they do have the seating 6 feet away. the bad the restrooms are always very dirty and they never have paper towels the breakrooms are very small no privacy no cafeteria and conns doesn't give raises and hard to transfer to other departments
ProsSteady work great schedules
ConsOnly one 15 minute break per 8 hour shift
3.0
Specialist Tours Manager | Texas | Jun 3, 2020
Good Job if you don't have a family
Typical day is coming in making 30 phone calls. Then waiting for customers to come in. Some managers micro manage some are relaxive. The hardest part about the job is working on holidays.
1.0
Customer Service Representative | Fayetteville, NC | Apr 19, 2017
Worst place to work
this is the worst place to work. You have no life at all, They don't pay you what your worth. They don't care about anything but Conn's Home Plus. All they do is use you and that's it.
Prosnothing
Consnothing
5.0
Customer Service Representative | Oklahoma City, OK | Jan 29, 2015
Was productive and fun enviorment, but also a lot of hard work.
Hardest Part of the job was having to call customer's and explain to them why they wouldn't be receiving their delivery that day(i.e merchandise came in damaged that morning, proper pieces weren't ordered, per sales person, or just couldn't reach customer the night before no matter how many times we tried calling them to confirm delivery for the next day, or item was out of stock).

Questions And Answers about Conn's Home Plus

What is the work environment and culture like at Conn's Home Plus?
Asked Jul 26, 2016
They can care less about their workers. They are extremely racist, so if you are black or Hispanic, you will not be promoted ever and they will never give you a raise. It is a dead end job for minorities. They expect a lot of work for wages barely over minimum wage. I can't wait to see how they will react, once minimum wage is raised to 15.00 per hour. Go Biden!
Answered Nov 9, 2020
Worst compant ever don't go there
Answered Sep 11, 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Conn's Home Plus a better place to work?
Asked Jul 16, 2018
Institute fair work conditions, allow rotating saturdays off instead of demand all Sat be worked, provide consistent management expectations, improve benefits and reduce cost of said benefits, improve quality of furniture sold, generate more transparency in the loan process - basically, everything.
Answered Apr 15, 2021
Fire all upper management
Answered Jun 18, 2020
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Conn's Home Plus?
Asked Oct 2, 2016
Unless you are extremely desperate for a job then take it but never stop applying for better jobs because , well you will see!
Answered Nov 9, 2020
You don't want to work for conns go anywhere else
Answered Sep 11, 2020
Do you get an employee discount?
Asked Jul 26, 2016
You will stand a better chance of getting benefits that actually cover medical, dental, vision from buying a lottery ticket than this company. You will massively overpay for a health plan that isn't worth the actual printer ink it took to print. Also the upper management has calculated a systematic way of deliberately pushing down the hourly rate of a sales person by making them stay 2 & 1/2 to 3 hours after the store closes which reduces their hourly rate, when you go on vacation, you will not be compensated correctly and your paycheck will suffer. If you do have to use FMLA the management will pressure you and push you to disregard doctors orders so they can keep their store floor flooded so no one makes any money. They frequently take away days off and often schedule meetings at other stores with little to no advance notice. So if you have children or a family member you help on a day off, you will become an unreliable source of help for them. They expect you to allow your family to go to the hospital alone so you can attend a washer and dryer info meeting or a TV educational seminar. There is no benefit to having a company who tells you that you have 2 days off, and one day before your day off assigns you to be completely across town at an unplanned meeting. All other types of business you have a set schedule, but with this company, you never know when you work till the last minute. And if they put out a schedule 2, 3, or even 4 weeks in advance, it means nothing. They'll demand you show up on your day off for some type of meeting. You will not be allow to clock in for that meeting so you will not get paid, and you will not get drive pay at all. But if you do not go, you will be disciplined. If you are on vacation and they hold a meeting, you will be called into that meeting and be expected to show up. Again, you will not be allow to clock in and not be paid for the mileage. They often allow people to come to work and not clock in and take sales ups. This reduces the amount of sales of the people who are clocked in. When the person who is not clocked in writes a sales order, all they have to do is call in a time clock override. This company will allow anyone to show up on their vacation and/or day off and pull this stunt because it drives down more wages, thus saves them money when people take vacations (that their definition of benefits). The biggest benefit is that if you make a mistake and the cashier doesn't collect the right amount of money, (regardless if you get a managers override or a corporate override), (regardless if it is for $5.00 or $500.00) this company will take it out of your check. This company is the most dishonest company I've ever seen when it comes to taking money from its employees. I've seen homeless and section 8 benefits look better than this company offers its store employees. But to its board of directors and executives, they get the real benefits. I wonder if this CEO has ever thought of just how vile his employee think of him after working here for 6 months to a year. But then again, you can tell he just doesn't give 2 cents. You have to sign a paper that you are able to lift 25 to 50 pounds but yet they provide their sales staff with no safety belts for your back and no protection for your body while moving heavy refrigerators. And if you wait for someone to help you, you'll wait for hours and not sell a thing all day. I've seen many employees hurt themselves trying to move things because they underpay their porters and drastically they can't keep them. One day someone is really going to get hurt and then the only benefit is going to be that Conns Home Plus will blame it one them instead of their system that actually is flawed with disregard for employee protection. And finally, we were forced to sign a paper that stated if we were getting robbed that we as employees would be required to fight back. As we read this, all of us in the stores laughed and signed it. You let someone try and rob one of these stores and we'll stand completely out of his or her way and tell the courts why we showed him who had the safe combination. This was an insult that was so stupid and uncalled for that it was another example of this company's foolishness when promoting its culture of benefits.
Answered Dec 16, 2019
Yes not on clearance items .
Answered Aug 21, 2019
What is the most stressful part about working at Conn's Home Plus?
Asked Jun 8, 2018
Going to work as a sales person and looking at 20 other sales people with no one coming in the doors. Watching the managers who make a good salary force you to mop the bathrooms and clean the toilets, move refrigerators and furniture while working on commission and not making a dime. Knowing that these people don't care if you become homeless and seeing managers call approved applications that come up on their on line system and giving those orders to their friends who give them a cut of the commissions or buy them lunch while you sit back and worry about how you are going to put gas in your car to get to work tomorrow. I made the biggest mistake of my career coming here. I was making 70k+ and I'm now at 22k and working like a porter. My resume is out and the end of this nightmare is close. Do yourself a massive favor. If you don't want to become a dishonest professional who's willing to do unethical things to make a living, you would do better to go on welfare as to come to this company and take on the shame and stress that's place on your shoulders. This is a very unethical company. You actually bring bad karma on yourself when you pass on 40% interest rates to people so they can have a refrigerator, and then call a manager over so he or she can brow beat them on how bad their credit is and how lucky they are to get a 40% loan.
Answered Feb 24, 2020
The job itself
Answered Feb 9, 2020