Wren Kitchens
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Wren Kitchens Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 65 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
54
Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
63
Compensation
Average
Do people feel that they are paid fairly for their work?
63
Achievement
Average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?

About the company

  • CEO
    Toff Malik
  • Founded
    2009
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £500m to £1bn
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Salaries

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Auditor
£26,337 per year
Sales Advisor
£8.74 per hour
Sales Consultant
£14,872 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.6K reviews and is evolving.

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Work-life balance

Reviews

Information Advisor in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 12 April 2021
Working weekends at Wren!
I'm what we call an IA, so I work weekends when the showrooms are really busy, to meet and greet customers before a designer helps them. It fits perfectly in with my studies, and allows me to earn more money than working in say a supermarket as we have an houry rate plus a conversion bonus on top of this. If you want to stay and progress rather than go off to uni etc., the business is happy to help with this. I'd highly reccomend my role to anyone else in my situation!
Porter in Bristol
on 12 April 2021
Worst place I’ve ever worked for.
Poorly ran, 13 hour days is the average working time, bonus doesn’t get paid, office staff talk down to workers, unrealistic delivery times, routes poorly planned.
General Production Team Leader in Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire
on 10 April 2021
Excellent Employer
Welcomed into the Business around 5 months ago, and I am really enjoying working with lots of different people from such a diverse community.There are also some great company benrefits.
Manager in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
on 9 April 2021
A company with which I can look into the future.
What's cool is that you can start working as a general employee and then become a director. Everything depends on you.You will not find such a developing company anywhere.
Production Supervisor in Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire
on 9 April 2021
Good place to work, full of opportunities
Since I started I have been given a lot of opportunities to get more qualifications as well as all necessary training for the position I applied for. Every day brings a new challenge which to me personally is good as it keeps you busy. Canteen facilities are great with a choice of 'fit' and 'take away' type of them so you can always find something for yourself. Management is strict and demanding but in the positive way as well as very helpful - any issues I had were resolved within very short time.In general a good place to work.
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Interview insights

Insights from 848 Indeed users who have interviewed with Wren Kitchens within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Firstly, she gave a quick question as to whether, or not, I’d had time to research the company. She wasn’t overly concerned about that. Then on to questions about previous roles and ability to deal with face-to-face consultations, etc. Discussed my expectations, of the role applied for, including salary, etc. Also asked if I am able to spend 2 weeks away from home, for training. All-in-all, a pleasant enough experience.

Shared on 4 June 2019

My current role, why im looking to leave, what my interests are, why I want to work for Wren, the role

Shared on 21 March 2019

Structured, tailored questions that you expect from a interview so you can easily prepare. Know your strengths and your weaknesses and have a solid answer to why you want the role and why Wren should hire you. You will always get asked what you know about Wren Kitchens so do your research.

Shared on 21 March 2019
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