Lindt & Sprüngli
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Lindt & Sprüngli Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dieter Weisskopf
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £500m to £1bn
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Full-time
Store Manager

Dalton in Furness

30+ days ago

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Retail Assistant Manager
£9.00 per hour
Retail Sales Associate
£8.55 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 559 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Chocolate Expert in Leeds
on 14 February 2020
Started out great...
Was initially a fun place to work but very quickly was spoiled by out of touch corporate demands and management, very little support during high trading seasons despite queues out of the door. The base problem was a lack of staffing which lead to slips in service standards and honestly badly affected the store's revenue. Corporate saw this and instead of hiring more staff cut staff to cover the projected losses, having the inverse effect and losing them money.
Sales Representative in England
on 18 August 2020
Stressful and pressured workplace
The business was so focussed on customers they didn't care about their staff at all. Head office staff are celebrated and given so much stuff, in retail, you can work 12-hour shifts and not even be given a thank you. Shocking communication between stores and head office, leading to very aggressive customers in store which we had to placate. So so much sales pressure, and patronizing management which undermine you. Salary did NOT meet the expectations of the role, they need to pay more
Sales Assistant (Part-time) in Liverpool
on 6 July 2020
management are terrible
While the sales team who worked there are lovely, management is a whole different issue. When I worked there, there were days when I left there crying. If you are not the managers favourite you are treated as worthless and whatever you do isn't good enough. At one point your even critiqued on how fast you carry and put out 10kg of stock. Management made my experience absolutely terrible and I had to leave that environment where absolutely everything you do isn't enough even though there were people who would only do half of their work clothes. Sales targets are more important than you and you are often put in competition and that leads to other employees stealing sales which were yours or scanning things through incorrectly in order to up their sales.
TEAM LEADER in Field Based
on 10 January 2020
Great place to work
Fantastic culture and a fast paced, strong growth, busy environment. Year on year growth for the past 10 plus years A chance to grow personally and professionally Strong management team with a 5 year plan Culture based on the individual High expectations of all staff members
BDM in Enfield, Greater London
on 14 November 2019
Great company
Great company. Really good culture. The company really focuses on values and work life balance which is brilliant for an FMCG company. Brilliant benefits.
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