Overall Reviews at HomeGoods
Front End Associate | Trexlertown, PA | Dec 7, 2019
Fun place to work with good people, very happy in the beginning but as time went on flaws began to show especially when it came to managements lack of communication skills which would aggravate associates. Day to day responsibilities are not difficult but as in any other job, such as retail requirements to work there are minimal which attracts a lot of lazy people but you just have to stand your ground and not do their job for them and allow management to know. Be prepared to be told you are wrong and the customer is right regardless of how rude they are or how much they berate you.
Retail Customer Service Representative | Pembroke Pines, FL | Mar 20, 2020
Productive and fun workplace
It was a learning experience working here. I learned how to handle cash and customer service. Every day I learned something new about the business and its operations.
Cashier/Sales | Westbury, NY | Nov 6, 2019
Great working environment
Homegoods is the ideal retail job. Very busy, especially on weekends, and a really nice workplace where you can have the most exciting interactions with customers and faculty.
Merchandising Associate | Delafield, WI | Mar 11, 2020
Fun workplace with co-workers that (mainly) like what they're doing
Depending on what shift you have the day can look very different; however, there is always something to learn and there is always something to do. The management has been a little up and down recently. The hardest part of the job is that after seasonal times the hours get cut which severely limits the amount of time you can work. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you meet a lot of really nice people.
Cashier/Sales | Salem, OR | Feb 18, 2020
This job was overall a great experience.
Working at Homegoods was an incredible experience. I began with the company as a cashier, and was able to work my way up to the store’s Engagement Coordinator in my time there. The environment is great, and the company is very employee focused, always offering fun activities and catering to keep employees engaged and happy at work. The people you work with becomes a second family, and they all support each other to be their true, and best selves. 10/10 would recommend working for this company.
Seasonal Associate | Lake Forest, CA | Feb 11, 2020
Dedication for achievable goals
Wellness for doing the upmost the crew can do no matter how limited on staffing , order in the madness overall enjoyed the experience enjoyed the employees I met I will apply again in the next winter season this coming year.
Customer Service Representative | Phoenix, AZ | Aug 8, 2019
I enjoyed the merchandising part, but there was never enough time to finish displays, hard work a lot of lifting furniture, no men to help. Can be very intense at times. Overall I liked the job, retail just doesn’t pay for the amount of work that you do. Very strict on hours if you are part time.
Sales Coordinator | New York, NY | Nov 21, 2018
A great place too work, coworkers are open and honest, work hard, & always willing too go extra for great customer service. Management always has time for us
Loss Prevention Manager | Plano, TX | Jul 7, 2019
My whole good experience is much like mini retail the status means it’s all about the bottom line and get as much done as you keep it as possible. If you understand that then it’s a good place to work if you think and if you’re going to make a lot of money then you are in the wrong business is a great place for students and people who are not relying on a full-time income like myself. They did not pay a liveable wage for this area.
ProsGood people good working environment
Sales Associate | Simsbury, CT | Mar 6, 2019
As a former part time associate, it was tolerable. Working in retail should never be a forever job unless you absolutely love selling and conversing with customers of all different temperaments. I eventually left because I was being paid peanuts, but expected to do so much more. Management started trying to become friends with the younger folks and allowing extremely inappropriate behavior to occur. I left because I was extremely unhappy with how management was running, the hours were not equally given out, there was literally zero upward movement and well, it's a soul sucking job catering to the materialistic whims of humanity. The discount was garbage too: 10% It's better to shop at homegoods than work for them.