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Anonymous shared this review of Wayfair, United States on Mar 10th, 2020
"I enjoy working but I wish there was more schedule flexibility "
Anonymous shared this review of Wayfair, United States on Mar 5th, 2020
"Very political culture. Nepotism and promotions go hand in hand here, causing a lot of chaos and incompetent leadership, which senior leadership turns a blind eye to. There is no concern for the employees as humans, only the numbers they produce and most managers don’t coach up, they will deliberately coach out. As you can imagine the turn over is absolutely out of control with both voluntary and involuntary terminations. The average tenure has decreased significantly over the years, with the current average tenure being less than 8 months at best. I have worked her for 8+ years. The company used to be great and very employee centric. With changes at the director level the company has lost sight of the core values they still seem to preach, lacking the action behind them. A company that I absolutely loved has turned into a place that I dread going to. After years of being here and holding out for the light at the end of the tunnel that never seems to come, I’ve decided to part ways and find a company that values human beings. "
Anonymous shared this review of Wayfair, United States on Mar 4th, 2020
"The culture at this organization is interesting, though managersseek to make changes, senior leaders are set in their ways. There is high turn over amongst the staff as they are overworked, underpaid and not appreciated in any way. "
Anonymous shared this review of Wayfair, United States on Feb 11th, 2020
"Wayfair is an interesting company but its culture is lacking. There are few women in management roles, there are few minorities in management roles, there are very few older (45 plus) workers anywhere in the company. Managers are young, very inexperienced, and focused more on how to get themselves promoted, all of which leaves dedicated workers disheartened and disengaged."
Anonymous shared this review of Wayfair, United States on Jan 27th, 2020
"Wayfair promotes gender equality. That aside, it is a very intense, competitive environment. It's also very collaborative. These competing entities create a tricky line to walk, especially during calibration, twice per year."
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