Smiggle UK
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Smiggle UK Store Manager yearly salaries in the United Kingdom

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Salary estimated from 5 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 31 March 2021

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  1. Middlesbrough
    *_Lives for the customer,_* goes the extra mile and loves the satisfaction of every customer leaving store with a smile and a giggle.
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    10 days ago
  2. Shrewsbury
    *_A confident and natural leader _*who is able to manage staff performance and motivate your team to deliver store sales and KPIs.
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    4 days ago
  3. Nottingham
    *_Lives for the customer_*, goes the extra mile and loves the satisfaction of every customer leaving store with a smile and a giggle.
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    6 days ago
  4. Cambridge
    All customers and employee's are required to wear a face mask, sanitizer available throughout store, one way system in store. Job Types: Full-time, Permanent.
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    10 days ago
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Good startout management job. Easy to progress to management, but nothing beyond.
Smiggle, for the first year of my role was a fantastic job with opportunities thrown at me. However, upper management only care about profit, and making money. They have increasingly shown that over the years they care less and less about their staffs well-being and welfare. The job in itself is so fun and rewarding, especially knowing you have made every child that has come into store, as happy as possible. You light up those children and it makes it feel really worthwhile. This isn't an easy job. You have to constantly change over the layout of the store to keep up to date with all of the new product, but whilst doing this you're most likely lone trading for 4-6/9 hours of the working day. Meaning you cant actually get anything done due to being unable to get the stock you need. There's also alot of unpaid extra hours that you put in with nothing in return. Staff don't want to stay working for you as hours are always being cut (which i personally think is completely understandable, who wants to work 4 or even less hours a week) And often our staff are college aged, meaning there's not much availability. As long as you have a good team behind you, then its not the worst job in the world. But expect to work a lot of unpaid hours, with a salary that's under the national average.
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5 weeks holiday, hour lunch break, other store managers are helpful and kind.
Cons
long unpaid hours, no sick pay, working xmas eve, boxing day and new years day
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Poor poor place to work
Never have I hated getting up and going to work each day untill I joined this company ! The higher management treat you with such dissrespect and have no clue about manners . There are never any salary reviews as the advert states and as for progress, it's kinda if your face fits and your a yes person then you'll go far !!! Shocking place to work don't do it !
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None
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Too many
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Lots of empty promises
There is lots of empty promises such as development and annual salary reviews that never happen Lots of lone trading No appreciation for going the extra mile for customers or business No support from head office or senior management team Lack of engagement Rotas and hourse charging constantly Constant need of going to work in other stores due to lack of staff No life work balance No basic benefits such as sick pay or pension contributions The only positive thing about this company is pay and store based teams
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Lack of development or work life balance
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How much does a Store Manager make at Smiggle UK in the United Kingdom?

Average Smiggle UK Store Manager yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £25,012, which meets the national average.
Salary information comes from 5 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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