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6 days ago

Customer Service Representative

MOO.com London, England

MOO has an opening for a Customer Service Representative. This is a full time, permanent opportunity for qualified candidates. The position involves… Jobg8


6 days ago

Customer Service Representative - French Speaking

MOO.com London, England

• Responding to customer inquiries via phone, email and online chat. • Handling enquiries ranging from order status, general product… Jobg8


7 days ago

Artworker

MOO London, England

• Take creative direction from the team to bring design concepts to life. • Creation of technically correct artwork, implementing brand guidelines… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Customer Service Representative - German

MOO London, England

• Responding to customer inquiries via phone, email and online chat. • Handling enquiries ranging from order status, general product information… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Creative Studio Assistant

MOO London, England

Schedule meetings, reviews and project kick-off meetings Traffic and coordinate projects through… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Designer  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Designer in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Moo Print Limited full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Really great studio space with good equipment. Lots of food and goodies. The team lunches each week are great. There's very few late nights and no real pressure or deadlines. It's a very quiet environment. Easy to get by if you aren't interested in working very hard and want to coast. There are some brilliant people working here with lots of potential who stay because of the benefits like free printing and work on our own projects because it's not a taxing day. The Graphics team get to do some good self initiated work, we have it quite easy. We have lots of out of office events and trips which is brilliant. It can be really fun. Unless you're looking for mentors this is a cool place for juniors and midweights to have a good name on your cv. There are a couple of really decent prolific names here who are worth working with (just don't expect them to be here long).

    Cons

    You won't get any good work for your portfolio working in "experience design". When i started I thought I was coming to a "tech" company. There are very few highly skilled people working in any tech teams, as friendly as some are, we've not seen any good updates for years and there's been a slurry of talented people leaving because they can't produce anything decent working under the management who seem scared of change. There's a huge push for hiring new people but the structure in teams here is very weak. I've had the pleasure of doing good work with great people but it's not really the same through out the company which is a shame. There really is no progression either. Middle management were just wiped out. There is no mentorship here for any other teams except dev who have a great leadership. It's such a shame some new hires have lasted such a short time. The turn over is really high./ It's probably the politics in management and people who get close to that level. There's lots of unsettled rumblings. In all honesty it's not the worst place you could work but don't believe the hype generated by a few to keep the facade up.

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    We need a better leadership team who have the ability and skill to lead over all, and not rule with intimidation and fake friendliness. Treat the younger members of teams better and use their potential. Coordinated training would be really useful. There are a lot of committed staff here who want to do great work, don't let us down.

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