I would go back in heart beat they are best place to work for. When I was ill they helped me so much they would let me contact who I need to contact I would recommend up to the sky for this place
Athlete (Sales Assistant) in Durham
Stressful, fast-paced and draining
Worked at Nike Store for 3 years. The best part of the job was by far the pay rate and employee discount (44%) but some of the staff and management were horrible. Completely neglect mental health, diversity and individuality, whilst prizing themselves on their blatantly fake moralistic and ethical stances. The company often discarded of perfectly wearable or usable gear, that they’d force you to destroy (although it could have easily been donated to charity). Massive favouritism amongst staff from managers, being really demanding of staff they dislike, bullying them, and often disciplining them for LITERALLY nothing. Managers/co-managers extremely hypocritical with rules and regulations, and also contradicted themselves constantly with tasks given. On the best days, they were AVERAGE at best. And the worst days were horrific. Do not work for this company unless you like competitive and often hostile work environment.
Visual Merchandiser/Sales Assistant in London
Unless you're friends with a manager, you won't get the good perks such as being invited to events by nike & freebies. Toxic locker room work place, if you don't adhere to the 'culture' you are singled out and targeted over pathetic things by management and the wanna-be managers.
Sales Assistant in Swindon
Everyone’s fun to work with and management can be good. The environment is not as great, especially with COVID. No cleaning done on time . Long changing hours mostly late notice. Boring
Sales Assistant & Key member of Operations in London
Rewarding and exciting
My time at Nike was full of fun and exciting experiences. It's a sports and a lifestyle fashion brand as a business, but as an experience it is way more than that. A rewarding experience to say the least.