Bon Worth: What's it like to work here?

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2 reviews from employees

kununu Score: 2.8Recommendation: 50%
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2 employees rated this employer with an average of 2.8 points on a scale from 1 to 5.

One of those employees recommended the employer in his or her review.

Bon Worth was a good company to work for.

4.5
Recommended
Former C-Suite / LeadershipWorked in Administration at Bon Worth in Chambersburg, PA until 2016.

What I like

I liked working with my customers. They were for the most part a joy to my day.

What I dislike

I think that you should offer more benefits to your Managers and they should get yearly pay raises.

Suggestions for improvement

Should listen to your store Managers more often because they are the ones who interact with your customers on a daily bases so they know what the customers are looking for.


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Inclusive / Diverse

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Office / Work Environment

Challenging Work

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Freedom to work independently

Knowing Retail 101

1.0
Not recommended
Former C-Suite / LeadershipWorked in Executive leadership at Bonworth Inc in Hendersonville, NC until 2016.

What I like

Open communication between other managers.

What I dislike

Disorganized communication, pay freeze in effect, lousy insurance.

Suggestions for improvement

Listen to managements requests and clients needs. Get store requested stock in a timely manner.

Company Image

Under old ownership, yes I loved working in company. When new ownership took over the issues with unhappy clientele about stock and new manufacturing changes have brought the companies loyalty level to almost non existent.

Handicapped Accessibility

Age demographics for company are 40-90+, yet corporate ignores customer needs with walkers and electric carts. Suggestions have been made to relocate stores closer to parking lots so clients don't have to go so far, but all have been ignored.

Support from management

Corporate sets sales plan figures so far out of reach not even the best selling store can achieve. Communication is disorganized in relaying clear, correct and balanced figures to management.

Job Security

Company under current ownership is unstable and unwilling to listen to advisory panels.

Internal Communication

Communication in emails is not clear and often misleading. Management has to make executive decisions on a daily basis in order to operate store until corporate figures out what they want to do.

Overall compensation for your work

Compensation is non existent for this company. No reviews or raises in many years, but corporate says company has been profitable and continues to gain.