Working at Leon's Furniture: company overview and reviews

Leon's Furniture
Leon's Furniture
434 reviews
Leon's Furniture ratings
Average rating of 434 reviews on Indeed
3.2Work-life balance
2.9Pay & benefits
3.0Job security & advancement
5,001 to 10,000
$1B to $5B (USD)

Popular jobs at Leon's Furniture

 Average salarySalary range
Sales Associate
10 salaries reported
per hour
Customer Service Representative
18 salaries reported
per hour
Warehouse Associate
17 salaries reported
per hour
Sales Representative
1 salary reported
per hour
Office Assistant
8 salaries reported
per hour
Salary satisfaction
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 588 reviews

Leon's Furniture reviews

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Overall reviews at Leon's Furniture

Front Desk Manager | Victoria, BC | Sep. 15, 2018
Such an amazing work environment, as soon as I started everyone treated me like I had been there for years. Absolutely amazing management team as well.
Prosgenerosity of the employees
Delivery Coordinator | Calgary, AB | Dec. 12, 2020
Long shifts. Work on weekends hard family balance.
Great staff and good people working there. Just long shifts. Deliver refrigerators up stairs and heavy furniture if your into it. If customers have not moved their old couch you Have to move it for them.
ConsLong hours
Customer Service Representative | Toronto, ON | Oct. 6, 2015
Supportive atmosphere
Great training, and great management. Staff was friendly and code ethics were always in check. Great practice for experience with customers. Shifts were fair and equal.
Assistant | Ottawa, ON | Feb. 27, 2013
Did not value employees
Low hourly wage, regularly worked 8AM until 6 or 8PM while technically a part-time employee. Expected to use my personal vehicle for company purposes, and never received reimbursement for mileage, which i was told would happen. extreme micro-managing was a part of everyday life
Front Office Manager | Hamilton, ON | Jan. 23, 2018
Very Productive
Workplace was a very good one to work at, very productive and good work environment. Management team was great to work with and so so were my co-workers. Learned a lot more to do with financing and how to do deal with customer service issues with product in their home. Enjoyed my time working here, definitely would recommend it for anyone.
Office Supervisor | Red Deer, AB | Aug. 22, 2017
easy and fun job.
Leons is a good job for someone entry level into front office, customer service or warehouse work. As front office my daily work was phones, reports, filing, paper work, booking deliveries, calling customers, taking calls, cleaning, taking payments and handling financing as well as cash.
Customer Service Representative | Greater Sudbury, ON | Aug. 11, 2016
My ideal work day
I work in a fast paced sales driven environment and i am always dealing with I rate customers and solving there issues. I do however have a very unsteady work schedule and am looking for something that is more reliable.
ProsGreat staff
ConsUnsteady schedule
Customer Service Representative | Scarborough, ON | Dec. 7, 2016
Very exhausting
Considering the fact i was a warehouse customer service associate, there was a lot of heavy lifting to do when you first start the job. However, as the shift continues and customers start making their way to the clearance section where i am placed is when it is more interesting as you get to deal with customers. The fun part is trying to sell them the products and convince them to buy it.
Front Desk Agent | Toronto, ON | Sep. 13, 2015
Professional and great place to work!
Ive learned great multitasking, task managing and interpersonal skills working at this Leon's location! Very laid back workplace leaves a very relaxing atmosphere that has me looking forward to coming into work each morning, regardless of the workload.
ProsGreat break times, very relaxing work setting
Conslots of pressure for deadlines and paperwork
Door Supervisor | Edmonton, AB | Jun. 27, 2015
Entry level workplace with little chance of advancement
Entry level workplace, rapid change of workers. Managers and coworkers are friendly, but without proper human resource regulations, it is hard to work here for a long time. Inventory, receiving and management skills can be learnt here, which is the best part. When there is little customers--and it happens frequently-- the job can be super boring. There is little chance to get a raise unless changing the position. A very good place for young people to gain experience, but it is not a place for career seekers.

Questions and answers about Leon's Furniture

What would you suggest Leon's Furniture management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked Oct. 21, 2018
It's really two jobs, and they conflict. Be realistic and up front: if floor manager salary is 20% of income it should be 20% of your time and attention; however, if you are responsible for checking and signing sales bills, and closing sales, you have to make that all work while generating your own sales. In my opinion, it's a job that really should not exist. To make a living, you compete against the people that need you - whether they accept that or not - and you are busy selling at the busiest times. Times when staff need the greatest supervision.
Answered Jan. 2, 2020
Minimum wage $14, at werehouse of Leon's, which you have to work 40h a week for physically. 0 rate
Answered Oct. 23, 2019
If you were to leave Leon's Furniture, what would be the reason?
Asked Jul. 11, 2018
Retraite ou réorientation de carrière
Answered Apr. 14, 2021
Relocation - if no Leon's location in that area
Answered Apr. 14, 2021
Is the sales associate position commission only
Asked Jan. 25, 2018
3% commission and you are in a hourly draw. If you don't make enough commission (deliver enough product in a pay period) to cover the hours you've worked then you will go into the draw. For example: If you work $200 worth of hourly wage, but only deliver $100 worth of commissions than you will then owe the company $100. They can not claw you back PAST the hourly wage you have earned. Example: If you earned $200 in hourly wages they can not claw back(reduce) your pay any more than that. Example: If your following pay cheque you worked $200 worth of hourly wage and you earned $300 in commission then they will reduce your pay back down to $200 and you will no longer be in the draw. The next pay cheque you will need to make more in commission then you would make in an hourly wage to prevent going back into the draw. In my experience you should be out of the draw within the first 3 months and then you will be in the draw at least once a year after you've gotten into a groove due to the slow season (usually January- up until tax return time)
Answered Jun. 17, 2020
Yes, you get a commission or minimum wage, you get higher one, if you work hard, you get more than minimum wage by the way. some time you get good salary if you make a good sales.
Answered Mar. 5, 2020
What are the working hours at Leon's Furniture?
Asked Sep. 29, 2017
Hours were usually 8 hours but sometimes longer. Leon's stores in Muskoka have very extensive black out timeframes to take time off - if you want to enjoy getaway in summer forget it .
Answered Dec. 24, 2020
Full time front office works either 9-5:30 or 12:30-9 Monday -Friday and 9:30-6 Saturday and 9-5 Sunday.
Answered Dec. 18, 2018
How would you describe the pace of work at Leon's Furniture?
Asked May 14, 2019
You decide. Staying consistent in looking after customers will keep you busy and making $.
Answered Apr. 20, 2021
It is a good workplace for short term. Depending on the employees employed at said time, you may either love your job or hate it. Working at Leons long term will utterly be degrading due to their poor management.
Answered Mar. 4, 2020