Magnet
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Magnet Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dan Carr
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods and Services
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Jobs

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Kitchen Designer - Projects/Contracts

London

£30,000 a year

1 day ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

Ayr

£35,000 a year

1 day ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

Dunfermline

£30,000 a year

1 day ago

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Email Marketing Executive

Leeds

1 day ago

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Web Designer

Leeds

3 days ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

Colwyn Bay

£28,000 a year

5 days ago

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Sales Representative (Sales Developer)

Wolverhampton

6 days ago

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Full-time
Design Sales Assistant

Guiseley

10 days ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

Aberdeen

£30,000 a year

10 days ago

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Trade Salesperson

Cambridge

9 days ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

London

£32,000 a year

9 days ago

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Store Manager

Hereford

£50,000 - £55,000 a year

10 days ago

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Sales Representative (Sales Developer)

Cannock

£30,000 a year

10 days ago

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Sales Representative (Sales Developer)

Swansea

£30,000 a year

8 days ago

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Trade Salesperson

Fareham

12 days ago

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Trade Salesperson

Redditch

£25,000 - £28,000 a year

16 days ago

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Trade Salesperson

Croydon

£27,000 a year

19 days ago

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Kitchen Sales Designer

Sutton

£31,000 a year

18 days ago

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Store Manager

Stoke-on-Trent

£45,000 - £50,000 a year

16 days ago

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Sales Representative (Sales Developer)

Croydon

£34,000 a year

19 days ago

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Sales

Kitchen Designer
£24,383 per year
Sales Manager
£36,523 per year
Salesperson
£22,483 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 147 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Kitchen Design Sales Consultant in Beverley
on 7 October 2020
Solid professional company - however salaries are low
A professional company. Systems/protocols and training are well developed. Salaries and commission are poor. As the company is large and most branches run similarly to a franchise; it is difficult for head office to see staff treatment at ground level,; they tend to turn a blind eye if they have good financial results are branch level.
Store Manager in South East London, Greater London
on 19 December 2020
Great company to work for
Been with the company for a fair few years now and I can say I’m really enjoying working for Magnet. It’s fun, fast paced, challenging and massively rewarding. There are great colleagues and management around to always keep pushing you deliver a better you. We have great stores, products and systems to make our customers journey truly unique and best in the market. I work in a London store so it’s always something different everyday happening. If your looking for a company to progress and develop then Magnet is a great place to be the HR manager is fantastic and supporting always available to help with any issues and development needs in store. The regional management are Always on hand to push you and coach you to become a great manager he is a very great role model and one day can hopefully progress into this role. All in all not many companies can offer such great packages and support. Great work place
Store Manager in Kent
on 26 November 2020
Had its day
I am a current manager in the southeast region, and the company has just had a massive restructure and behold the godfathers (RD) are gone. Which is great but the choices of the ASM that we have now should of gone with them because all they will do is infect us with the useless copy and paste that only regional has somehow managed to believe is leadership. HR for the southeast is more interested in being friends so they can be getting away earlier and not interested in protecting the staff from the useless new regional. The two or one regional depending on how it’s split is either playing around with a designer and the other is in the job because they had there nose somewhere where it didn’t belong and put there before they got kicked out. I have worked and worked to achieve and push for the impossible and for what to be looked at and treated like I have given nothing. And I am taking this further and I am actively looking but i don’t trust the company to deal correctly with it, but the whole culture in this company needs to change and needs to start with out with the old and in with the new. Head office is a joke and that needs shot off fast utter useless I am actually lost for words to describe them to be honest, to be honest I’d rather see magnet on the ropes with a rib shot just to end there chances of ever getting back up. So don’t work here or if you do, get out!
Design Consultant in United Kingdom
on 10 November 2020
Don’t work here
In the years I have been there. Progression has been talked about but never followed through with. Bullying from area management and not a nice environment to be in. Seen as a number most of the time instead of an individual. Always critisized when not hitting targets but no lthanks for when you do. Its a shame as the first few years were refreshing but the last manager was a nightmare to work for. Seems to be a little buddy circle between certain managers and area management which did not make it fair. The manager in question provided no support during long term absence (absence due to work related stress leading to further personal issues) and the company as a whole have no care for their customer base once they have delivered the kitchen despite the “guarantee’s” in place.
Trade Sales Manager in London South East, Greater London
on 28 October 2020
Disloyal regional management
If your looking for a company to progress through the ranks with support and encouragement, then this isn’t for you. Starting from the top the leadership and management style is left to be desired, just hope head office sees sooner rather than later. HR manager is there to protect the company and staff but allows the regional director to abuse staff with undesirable profanities. The area manager was told to apply over the others (waste of my time) the other is well the errand boy. If this pandemic had not of come around and created this now unbelievable disloyal area management team then god forbid we will see out 2021 with a strong company, they and head office will be the demise of magnet and all people that have put there sweat and tears into making much of success it has now with one hand tied behind there back.
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