Retail Human Resources Jobs & Careers in Inverness, Scotland

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6 days ago

Deputy Manager - Fashion

Retail Human Resources plc Inverness, Scotland

will include recruiting and training your team, driving sales and profits, ensuring effective visual merchandising is applied throughout the store… Reed.co.uk


13 days ago

Store Manager - Fashion

Retail Human Resources. Inverness, Scotland

We are looking for an experienced fashion managers to drive sales and profits within this key store. In fashion management the look and feel of the… TotalJobs.co.uk


12 days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Retail Human Resources PLC Inverness, Scotland

The ideal candidate will have proven experience in a fashion retail management role and the ability to drive business forward through creative… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Assistant Manager

Retail Human Resources PLC Inverness, Scotland

This company are a on trend, high street fashion brand. They are currently looking for an assistant manager who has a love for fashion and delivering… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Store Manager

Retail Human Resources PLC Inverness, Scotland

This delightfully different fashion and lifestyle brand famous for their quirky and colourful designs, unrivalled customer experience, and social… Glassdoor


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    Great training - too reliant on 'if your face fits'

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    Current Employee - Account Executive  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Account Executive in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Retail Human Resources full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    superb training and guidance from the team, who have bags of experience to call on. There is a structure to get promoted through the business, which is unusual for the recruitment sector.

    Cons

    Despite the look of a positive, energetic business from an external point of view, there's a lot of office politics and you'll find that if your face fits, that's sometimes rewarded more than performance. .
    Also, in recruitment you need to drive new business through strong sales and whilst they taught a lot of 'candidate management' they don't teach 'sales' and just hope people pick it up.

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