New Look Jobs & Careers in Chelmsley Wood, England

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10 days ago

Visual Team Leader - 40Hours

New Look Retailers Ltd Birmingham, England

Sales Floor based, the Visual Team Leaderwill be leading the team to drive sales, deliver excellent customer care and ensure the standards in the… Reed.co.uk


30 days ago

Sales Manager - 40 Hours

New Look Retailers Ltd Birmingham, England

As a Sales Manager you will support your Store Manager & Deputy Manager, making commercial decisions on the sales floor to maximise sales and… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Store Manager

New Look Retailers Ltd Stratford-upon-Avon, England

As a Store Manager you will be responsible for making commercial decisions on the sales floor to… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Sales Team Leader - 20 Hours

New Look Retailers Ltd Stratford-upon-Avon, England

As a Sales Team Leader you will support your Store Manager & Deputy Manager, making… Reed.co.uk


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    4 Hours a week, Stores managers had definite favourites.

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    Former Employee - Sales Advisor  in  Coventry, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Sales Advisor in Coventry, England (UK)

    I worked at New Look part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The 50% Discount, the fact that the company gives work to young people and allows you to work around school/university etc.
    potential for promotion if you impressed.

    Cons

    I was started on a minimum 8 hour a week contract with varying shifts which was great! however after christmas i was had my contracted hours cut! (Not happy about that). especially as i always got closing shift on a sunday which entailed working late for no extra pay if other team members didn't pull there weight. Also, on the sunday closing shift there was never a store manager in so any Resource/Shift issues i had couldn't be resolved. which made it very difficult to enjoy going to work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    take more interest in employees, have monthly/quarterly appraisals, 1 on 1 with store managers review if people are happy and if the shifts are okay don't assume after all happy workers are productive workers

    Doesn't Recommend
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