Oak Furniture Land
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Oak Furniture Land Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Alex Fisher
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Salaries

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Sales Executive
£24,272 per year
Sales Consultant
£29,442 per year
Seasonal Associate
£10.00 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 199 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Customer Service Advisor in Swindon
on 20 January 2021
Good Colleague, Bad Management
The job as busy and honestly wasn't the staff to keep up. Often felt very snowed under and truly unhappy.My direct manager was fantastic but sadly the overall management was poor. No care for the wellbeing of the staff, especially when the team moved remotely to work. A lot of unnecessary pressure was put on you and caused a very stressful atmosphere to work in. There were some perks with the job, the salary was good and you got discounts in loads of different stores, however, the negative outweighed the positives.
Advisor in Swindon, Wiltshire
on 4 April 2021
Hectic
Hectic crazy job, which has you working way over your weekly average hours, and overtime isn’t paid for, you have to work bank holidays even if it’s 4 days you work extra hours without pay. No management support, and constantly nit pick at you for anything you do
7.5 tonne delivery driver team in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 13 February 2021
Was employed through an employment agency for 7.5 tonne delivery team work
Great job, for keeping fit, lots of lifting and manual work, travelling to some nice parts while out and about, employment here is through employment agency.Some long hours worked sometimes though, 14 hour days sometimes.
Sales Support Administrator (Christmas temp) in Reading, Berkshire
on 20 December 2020
The best place to work in my opinion
I was the Christmas temp. They guys treated me very well and were very chilled and down to earth. I’m worked there for about 4 years (during Christmas period) and I’ve met some amazing people. Would definitely recommend working there for the sessional temp position.
Sales Advisor in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
on 16 December 2020
Poor work culture & practices
Since the buyout in June it was supposed to be more relaxed and no targets. Heavily pushed “non-existent” targets and encouraging selling of finance and insurance products. Management under heavy pressure from above and “unspoken” encouragement to push said products. Ambiguity in fully explaining them to customer’s not telling them everything just snippets. Unwilling to back staff when things caught up with the store and appeared to be slow to discourage unruly staff. Could be so much better very sad really.
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Interview insights

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

The usual types no trick questions, can you sell is what they want to know.

Shared on 8 August 2019

Relaxed interview which was friendly focussing on background, previous experience and outlining the direction for the future with promises that were unrealistic on reflection.

Shared on 2 September 2018

General sales questions

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