It's About More Than Furniture
At CORT, our team members make a meaningful impact in our customers lives every day they come to work. We make a house a home and an office a great place to work. CORT works with families who have been displaced from their homes due to disaster situations, individuals relocating or commuting to another city for a job, military families on the move or students moving off campus. CORT works with businesses in transition that need their workspace to flex with their business needs. Our business model of renting furniture and selling gently used furniture keeps more furniture out of landfills, reducing waste and the amount of greenhouse gas produced. We take pride in making a difference to our customers and to the environment.
Where Do You Want to Be?
CORT's headquarters are based in Chantilly, VA, but with 100+ Offices, Showrooms, Warehouses, and Furniture Outlets across the United States, you can grow your career with us almost anywhere. Represent CORT on the road, at networking events, from your home office, or surrounded by awesome coworkers in one of our state-of-the-art facilities. As we say at CORT: Together, the possibilities are endless.
We offer health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance options to eligible employees. We also provide Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts.
Eligible employees can participate in our 401(k) Investment Savings and Profit Sharing Plan. We match employee pre-tax and Roth 401(k) contributions.
Paid Time Off
Spend time with family and friends during the holidays and paid vacation days.
Receive furniture rental and purchase discounts after 90 days of employment.
You and your family will have immediate access to HealthAdvocate on the first day of employment. This is a one-stop source for all your benefit needs to include Employee Assistance Programs, 24/7 access, counseling, personalized support, and much more.
This benefit is available to all regular full-time employees who have completed a minimum of one year’s service and consists of reimbursement for courses taken at an accredited two or four-year college or university.
Eligibility for benefits is determined based on your employment status. If you are regularly scheduled to work 30 or more hours a week, you will become eligible for the benefits listed above.