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Warehouse Assistants (Goods in/Good Out)

Folli Follie Group Guildford, England

The FF Group is a global leading force in the fashion world that operates in 28 countries, more than 800 points of sale and employs over… Adzuna

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    Two words which make me want to cry - CYCLE COUNT!

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

    I have been working at Folli Follie full-time for less than a year


    Sales assistants are normally very nice

    A nice amount of responsibility is given to senior sales e.g closing and opening the store


    Every week Sales and Senior Sales assistants are set the painful task of cycle count which is when you are tasked to count every single item of Jewelry - This is in addition to the BI ANNUAL stock take of all items.

    From the role of supervisor you spend more time in the back office then you do the shop floor, answering emails and working out statistics that I have never been expected to do before

    Constant pressure is passed down in a line to sales assistants running from the Retail Director.

    No recognition for making good sales

    Poor Staff Benefits

    Low Staff Morale

    If you are legitimately ill you are expected to work - I was in hospital when I called up and they asked me to leave to come to work. I was giving them 4 hours notices.

    Poor Salary but expected to do more than what the job should entail.

    Poorly fitted shop and unappealing

    poorly organised and rota was always changed without warning

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    Better organisation
    Less pressure on sales associates
    Less emphasis on conversion more on selling

    Doesn't Recommend
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