End Clothing
Happiness score is 35 out of 100
2.6 out of 5 stars.
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Dispatcher yearly salaries in the United Kingdom at End Clothing

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Average salary
£16,202 per year
Below national average
Average £16,202
Low £14,683
High £17,878

Salary estimated from 2 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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Strange place

To begin with just an ordinary warehouse as any other. Started to work there several months ago and one of the things i could notice right away is heavy leaning towards political left. You could consider End Clothing being one of those upcoming go woke go broke companies. And as it comes with any other left leaning companies the biggest concerns are safe spaces and other unimportant things, there can be seen favouritism towards communism socialism feminism and other disturbing leftist ideologies. With that being said it all of it directly correlates to day to day basis, performance and actual work that you have to do. Wages are at bare minimum - minimum wage in some cases 8.21£ an hour... Does not matter where you work or what you do wage stays the same in some cases as people got promotions it actually decreased by 40 pence. There is no simple understanding like in any other place that as person progresses his/her responsibilities increase his/her wage supposed to increase as well as a simple thank you for all the additional knowledge, effort and responsibility the person has to take on by accepting the position. By that i mean laughable 14 pence per hour salary raises after a year of work with EndClothing or 6 pence per hour salary increase for being promoted to another place and more or less organising all the job. It is a normal case as you just start to work find some old timers within the warehouse who already spent 5 years or so and are barely scrapping by and working on 40 pence more then you do just at the absolute begining of the job. With that being - 
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Just "meh"

The short time I've worked there I can already see that their is no real progression and the work itself it's boring and repetitive. Even though the staff are great to get along with it isn't enough to make me want to stay there.


35% discount! Good bunch of people


No real progression and boring.
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Great colleagues, poor management and treatment of staff.

I worked at END. for 2.5 years as part of the dispatch team. Firstly, the company was pleasant to work for amazing colleagues who were genuine and down to earth, who helped the day fly over and were from all walks of life - old and young. If you have an interest in fashion and streetwear this job is beneficial for you, also the discount is great. However, getting more reputable within my role and an understanding for the role and helping others did not come with any extra benefits or respect from management, I felt myself become almost like more of a target, due to what felt like targeted disciplinary's. I never once got a single pay rise in the time that I worked for the company. I would argue this a lot more with management but I would always be shrugged off. At one point the whole of the dispatch team were promised a new structured pay-plan which was goal orientated and seemed an extremely great idea for all staff which added a bonus onto you contracted wage each month. This pay-plan did not come in for nearly 8 months after promised, and once the plan was in it did not affect the younger members of staff whom did the same hours and even out-performed a lot of other staff - but due to the companies ethics they said time and time again; "Younger members of staff do not receive this pay-plan because they are already getting payed more than there minimum wage". Again as previously mentioned in another review I saw, zero-hour contracted staff were treat like dog muck. travelling from south Tyneside, Jarrow, Boldon etc. to get sent home 1 hour into the shift because - 


Colleagues - discount - working with great brands


Shocking management - poor company ethics and morals - poor pay
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How much does a Dispatcher make at End Clothing in the United Kingdom?

Average End Clothing Dispatcher yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £16,202, which is 18% below the national average.

Salary information comes from 3 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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