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Happiness score is 51 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Simon Wolfson (Lord of Aspley Guise)
    64%
    approve of Simon Wolfson (Lord of Aspley Guise)'s performance
  • Founded
    1982
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4bn to £7bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Next website
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Rating overview

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3.4420183.0320193.0920202.7420213.312022

Reviews

Sales Assistant in Peterborough
on 19 May 2022
Some things definitely need to change
My experience working at this company was very mixed. The people that you work with (at least in my store) are easily the best part of the job, however the workload and the amount expected from you whilst you are there is simply too much with very little benefit out of it. Used to have a strong work ethic but found myself by the end of my employment going through the motions and feeling stuck.
Sales Assistant in London, Greater London
on 18 May 2022
Fast paced
Long hours. On feet all day. Fast paced. Exciting. Pay could have been better. Breaks could have been longer. A lot of staff turnaround at particular branch.
Sales Assistant in Aylesbury
on 18 May 2022
Pay is rubbish
Pay is rubbish needs to be looked at. There share save scheme is very good. You get 25% discount on clothing 75% off your uniform. Can swap shifts with colleges for convenience. You can also take hrs off if available
Sales Assistant (Christmas Temp) in Castleford
on 17 May 2022
Not that great
Managers don’t really care about you as a person, they don’t think that you have a social life or family life to work round and expect you to work every day at minimum wage, without a day off.
Part Time Sales Assistant in Bluewater
on 16 May 2022
Next
Very unorganised system. Went for an induction and no one had a clue. Pay was never paid properly either and there’s a lack of organisation from the start of the application process.

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I didn’t even have an interview! I had a telephone conversation which lasted 10 minutes and just was an informal chat, then an assessment which was following 2 “managers” round on shop floor for 20 minutes and rearranging some clothes. They then tell you you have/don’t have the job there and then. This was 3 years ago.

Shared on 22 May 2019

How much training did you get in your last store?

Shared on 20 September 2018

Writing and numeracy examinations - very easy. Mock call - very easy. General chat - very easy, don't say anything outlandishly stupid and you shall be fine.

Shared on 24 May 2018

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