Kering Careers and Employment
- CEOFrançois-Henri Pinault73%approve of François-Henri Pinault's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than £7B (GBP)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
Collaboration - Empowering Imagination in Greater London
on 30 August 2018
CollaborationWorking with Kering was pretty neat, however it was a requirement for school. It was a bit difficult, as is all group work, but overall a positive experience. I
Assistante RH in Londres
on 18 May 2022
Equipe génialeTrès bon environnement de travail, dommage que pour une entreprise pareille les salaires ne soient pas plus élevés
Back Office Assistant Manager in London, Greater London
on 11 November 2020
Excellen when YSL but really poor when SAINT LAURENTIt's better if you're French...and needs to know people to progress in the company otherwise forget it. If you don't speak French, you're going to suffer with the emails.
Manager in London, Greater London
on 25 October 2019
Good on your resume, that’s about itIf you’re hired on a fixed term contract (as most people are so they don’t have to give them all benefits) you’re looking at missing out on: internal mobility, attending events, no discounts at all in any of their brands, no bonus, regardless of how long your contract is. They said they’re not ready as a company to allow flexible working once a week for their employee ax
HR and Payroll Administrative Assistant in London
on 2 March 2017
Worst Place to WorkOverall work life balance was awful, people would judge you for leaving on time. Lots of people in the business would work until 7/8pm and expect you to do the same. No clear direction from management - aswell as lack of nurturing from managers to want to see thier employees grow. Lack of communication overall with business developments.
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