"The most unsophisticated company I have ever worked for. Day 1 they threaten to fire you for a system that is not a requirement for the job. There is zero interaction with others in training and the trainer while ridiculing people for not understanding, does not allow them access to the microphone to respond. I was not one that struggled but to hear the sheer rudeness was hard to take. This is the absolute worst work at home experience, please beware."
"Williams-Sonoma provided me with invaluable accounting experience and skills which can be greatly beneficial to your company."
"I have only worked for Williams Sonoma as a service associate for 3 months. I was working as a work from home call center specialist where we would be answering customer phone calls and helping people with their orders. The overall workplace atmosphere was very easy as it was but there was little interaction between co-workers."
"Williams sonoma has created a people first culture and stick to it. Management does an amazing job listening to their associates and taking constructed criticism from those completing the work in the warehouses to improve the quality of the everyday work environment."
"I have worked for Williams Sonoma for 1.5 years almost, and since the beginning, it has been nothing but challenges, poor management, low pay, and no room for growth. Great employee discount."
"I HAVE WORKED AT WILLIAMS SONOMA FOR OVER A YEAR NOW. IT IS HARD TO TELL IF SOMETHING IS MISSING BECAUSE THIS IS MY FIRST OFFICE JOB. THE PEOPLE IN MY DEPARTMENT ARE AMAZING, FRIENDLY AND PROFESSIONAL. MANAGEMENT IS THE BEST HANDS DOWN THAT I HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO ENCOUNTER IN MY YEARS."
"I took a WFH job with Williams Sonoma during COVID-19. I would not recommend this employer to anyone. The training was 3 weeks long which sounds like it should’ve been sufficient, but there’s SO much information to absorb and none of the training is hands-on practice so you really start off unprepared for the job. Then once you ‘go live’, the more experienced leads don’t offer sufficient support when you run into questions. I had a 20 year career building airplanes prior to this and had WAY less stress in that job than I have in the 5 weeks I’ve worked for WSI. I will not likely stay with the company. They also require a 50 hour work week when they need it from you, even though you’re hired for a normal, full time 40 hr/wk job. There’s no option not to work the overtime even if your life obligations can’t accommodate the OT work. Not impressed."
"The people there were very nice to work with."
"I've worked for Williams Sonoma for a year. The company has a great culture, long tenure for the majority of associates and management, as well as a big passion within the company, and a strong sense of people first, as well as customer service."
"Still employed here - want to avoid any conflict of interest."
"I've worked with this company for a short while and it seems to be ok. The customer services are not what I expected with being such a big company but everything can't be perfect."
"I Love Working . I Just Need Something From Home On The Behalf Of My Child ."
"it was a good starting experience."
"I've worked here since April of this year. Contractors are not treated great and are expected to do most of the work."
"I've worked for Williams Sonoma for the past year and a half. It's been a great growing experience. The management staff is incredible. Very detail oriented and professional, but they can also let loose and be very down to earth."
Williams-Sonoma has an overall rating of 3.5 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 24 Williams-Sonoma Review Ratings left anonymously by Williams-Sonoma employees, which is 10% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 83% of employees would recommend working at Williams-Sonoma.
Williams-Sonoma employees earn $45,000 annually on average, or $22 per hour, which is 32% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 19 Williams-Sonoma employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Williams-Sonoma Salaries by Job Title.
83% of employees would recommend working at Williams-Sonoma with the overall rating of 3.5 out of 5. Employees also rated Williams-Sonoma 3.5 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.5 for Rewards You Receive, 2.6 for Growth Opportunities and 3.1 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Williams-Sonoma is a Service Delivery Manager at $170,000 annually. Browse Williams-Sonoma Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Williams-Sonoma is a Lead Assistant at $16,000 annually. Browse Williams-Sonoma Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Williams-Sonoma to be Company Culture, People You Work With, Person You Work For and Rewards You Receive, and cons to be Growth Opportunities.
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