Hillarys Blinds
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Factory Operative in Nottingham
on 16 July 2022
It's a fast paced but organised company,,they recognise when your working hard and thank you,if your not doing your job well,they retrain you or give you another job to try, it's a good company to work for
Production Operative in Nottingham
on 30 August 2022
Horrible place to work
Been with the company for many years. It was great to start of with staff were friendly and everyone joined in until the last 5 years and most of the old faces has gone and now they employed riff raff.it’s a very fast paced and you must meet your hourly targets . There’s a lot of favouritism to certain members of staff they let them get away with things. Also there’s a lot of cliques can turn nasty and bullying and management allow it to happen instead of solving it. If things go wrong with the blinds line leaders still send it out to customers to get the daily targets. I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone
Customer Service Agent in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
on 12 January 2022
Very stressful
Fitters constantly missing fitting appointments and irate customers who have taken their old curtains down and a day off work. Management don't care.
Field Installation Manager in Portsmouth, but Nottingham is main hub
on 20 September 2021
Very stressful, underpaid basic salary with little or no chance of achieving bonus targets. Poor support from senior management
Very target driven, basic salary too low for the amount of responsibility. Quarterly bonuses unachievable, 50% at best. Lack of support/ongoing training. Very time consuming work hours, not covered by salary. Puts a massive strain on your home life. Field operatives (sales or 'design consultants') regularly mis-sale at inflated prices becaus they are commission based, earning 10% of the overall cost of each order. Installers/surveyors also earn 10% but have to correct what has been mis-sold. Customers are therefore not all treated the same as they are charged diffeing amounts depending in skill, ability of sales advisor to extract as much as they can. Very clique work culture.
Office staff in Nottingham
on 13 August 2020
If your looking to develop, you are in the wrong place
Whilst the benefits and flexibility is good, the management is poor and the development of even day to day activity. You could have great ideas and look at implementing change but they will not be ready for you. The atmosphere is too relaxed

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