Burberry Employee Reviews
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Trabajar para Burberry en Londres ha sido una de las mejores experiencias en mi vida, aprendí, crecí y fui apreciado como trabajador. Te dan muchas herramientas que si las sabes capitalizar te llevan muy lejos. Estaré siempre agradecido con ellos.
Beneficios, salario competitivo, buenos jefes, mentalidad avanzada.
Hay que trabajar duro
This place is toxic. It’s not what you know it’s who you know! The work loadis MASSIVE! They don’t care about people and the workload. People leave and the management dont replace the role in fact distribute the workload out to current team members on top of their own workload.No development given! No training given!Expect you to know it all.
Discount / flexible working
Massive workload! Senior Management don’t treat you like human
Worked as a temp for Christmas/New Years, can be stressful as most jobs during this time. Additionally, most of the people are very supportive and friendly, very good discounts/opportunities, specially depending on the amount of sales you do after the festive season. Wage was okay, as a temp I got around 8.65 (20/21 yrs old) I believe if you apply for a permanent position the amount increases a bit. Overall, great company to work for.
Good Discounts, very friendly environment, good training.
Can be stressful
The commuting was a struggle. Working Saturdays seemed unnecessary and meant I was below minimum wage. I had to work bank holidays. The work was easy with plenty of down time. The staff at the tailors in Battersea and at Burberry in Bond street with very good. But I was not paid at the end of the month by whoever the subcontractor was. I did not go in one day the next week in response and was sacked by email. I was left overdrawn and maxed out on my credit card, no food, and no one to turn to. I managed to increase my credit card limit and emigrated to Ireland overnight in disgust with the state of England. The sub contractor went bust and sent me a massive document to claim the £1800 owed through their liquidation process. I had no expectation of recovering the money and needed it immediately so did not bother. The payment issues were probably nothing to do with Burberry, but I was of being robbed and bullied in England. Nice clothes, shoes and bags and the staff were fabulous though.
Have been going back to burberrys for a number of years working in packing and returns love working here lve made loads of friends and have a right laugh the only downside is the breaks or lack of them the 12 hour shifts can be long days but you get 3 and a half days off a week
Absolutely awful place to work full of idiots and people off their faces on coke, unfair towards temps and its all about who you know not what you know, have to be an a*** licker to get anywhere, they get rid of hard workers and keep those who they class as drinking buddys, place is like a school and those who work there permanently don't deserve to be there as they leave all the work for the temps to do
I didn’t like to work for this company. My first manager didn’t have any idea about a manager is. The second manager was amazing but when she left I had another manager who useless. Most of the people were fake. No really a nice place where to work with. I don’t recommend.
The management in BBS Leeds is poorly, no management skills completely unaware of what you are doing on daily basis. Their style is very aggressive trying to cover their lack of management skills . I do not reccomend RTR dept, the finance area with the highest people turnover . Instead to motivate their resources are happy to pay fortune in external consultants when people leave. consultants
seasonal work only. 12 hour shifts Mon to wed 9am _9pm Thursday9am_3pm or Thursday 3pm_9pmFri to Sunday 9am_9pm. One 10/15 min break (can't go off site or smoke) and one 30 min dinner (can go off site) Tea/coffee, fruit and sandwich given for free daily. No perm job opportunities.