diamond and watch specialist in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
varied and challenging work place
the training was very good and was constantly updated the management was professional. customer service at head office did have a habit of asking for our opinion on complaints and then over ruling us leading to a them and us attitude.
Sales Associate in Chester, Cheshire
Lovely place to work, friendly colleagues
Lots of on going training, supportive management and supervisors, chance to gain jewellery related qualifications. Hardest part was learning all about the different types and brands of watches, best part was selling diamonds and special jewellery for customers celebrations like getting engaged, birthdays, anniversaries etc.
Assistant Manager in York
When I first started I loved the job it was 6 years ago and the training was amazing and the friends you make along the way, I loved. There was such an amazing opportunity to progress and the more you put in the more you got out. That has certainly changed now! You are expected to give the job your all and get nothing in return. You aren’t allowed to have a work life balance and your expected to do anything they ask at a drop of a hat. You can be bullied into taking positions you don’t want. They will force you to work than you should without thinking of your health and then make you redundant very quickly and quietly. There is no job security
Sales Advisor in Birmingham, West Midlands
Poor company to work for
Poor management. I was called derogatory names on a daily basis. No training given. Sat for 3 weeks after start date doing ‘online training’ which never came in handy. Staff are rude. Awful experience of being bullied by management aswell. The only bonus is the staff discount of 30% and yearly a one time 40%
Sales associate in Aberdeen
Good company to work for
Very friendly environment and known for having some of the best training in the jewellery industry.
Regular competitive challenges to keep you and your teammates focused on closing sales!