Office Shoes
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  • CEO
    Jon Richens
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  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Office Shoes website
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Sales Assistant

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Rating is calculated based on 314 reviews and is evolving.



Sales Assistant in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 13 January 2023
Low wage and maximum effort
Requires you to run the store whilst supervisors stand and watch. Fun store to work in with regards to other sales assistants and management. Minimum wage but commission is good.
Stockroom Assistant in Manchester
on 20 January 2023
Fun workplace
Good place just very fast paced and you get enough training to help you to do your job effectively and efficiently whilest also making sure you are doing it to the best of your ability
Part Time Sales Assistant in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 17 December 2022
Not great.
Not an enjoyable place to work at- customers are frequently rude (although this is of course not the fault of the store), and the store manager is highly hypocritical and pressuring, and quite simply not a nice person to work for. The rest of the staff however, are all lovely. Pay is not great, and isn’t worth the difficulties that the job will give.This may be good however for someone looking for a first job.
Sales Assistant in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 12 December 2022
Not Paid fairly
Not a great place to work as the company don’t pay fairly for the amount of work you put into each day, can barely live off it and expected to do overtime every week due to the lack of staff i don’t blame the management it’s the company's fault everyone should get paid equally for the same job, management not very organised lack of training given to new employees all a mess
Sales Assistant in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 30 November 2022
Not paid enough
Not paid enough for the amount of effort and work put into work, lazy supervisors always making you do things which aren’t part of your job feel like taken advantage of which puts you off

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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