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12 English questions out of 12

July 19, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Avas Flowers Florists?

Pros

Supportive training team and technical team

Cons

They do not care about their employees. It is only about sales and crazy sales targets that are hard to meet. They lie to you during the interview that it will be a 2 weeks training, but it is only 1-week training. In the 2nd week, you are supposed to shine and produce results as if you have been working there forever. If a customer hangs up the phone, it is still counted as a lost sale and affects your score. Call transfers to other departments also affect your score even if a customer had just called in to enquire about a delivery. There is no clear drawn schedule for breaks and people end up working the entire shift without breaks. Employees are overworked and they keep on resigning. If you have 2 lost sales in the same hour, you are told to punch out so that that hour is not affected by a potential 3rd lost sale. So you have to wait until you are told to punch in again. This reduces your working hours and yet you cannot leave the laptop because you can be called in any time. Low Pay

Advice to Management

Stop overworking people. You will end up losing even the best employees. That's why there is a high employee turnover. Separate sales calls from delivery and customer service calls.

week training.

July 19, 2021

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March 22, 2021

How is management perceived at Avas Flowers Florists?

Pros

They do have flexible hours usually

Cons

Major disconnect between staff and management. Seasonally hectic

Major disconnect between staff and management.

March 22, 2021

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July 19, 2021

How was the interview at Avas Flowers Florists?

Pros

Supportive training team and technical team

Cons

They do not care about their employees. It is only about sales and crazy sales targets that are hard to meet. They lie to you during the interview that it will be a 2 weeks training, but it is only 1-week training. In the 2nd week, you are supposed to shine and produce results as if you have been working there forever. If a customer hangs up the phone, it is still counted as a lost sale and affects your score. Call transfers to other departments also affect your score even if a customer had just called in to enquire about a delivery. There is no clear drawn schedule for breaks and people end up working the entire shift without breaks. Employees are overworked and they keep on resigning. If you have 2 lost sales in the same hour, you are told to punch out so that that hour is not affected by a potential 3rd lost sale. So you have to wait until you are told to punch in again. This reduces your working hours and yet you cannot leave the laptop because you can be called in any time. Low Pay

Advice to Management

Stop overworking people. You will end up losing even the best employees. That's why there is a high employee turnover. Separate sales calls from delivery and customer service calls.

They lie to you during the interview that it will be a 2 weeks training, but it is only 1

July 19, 2021

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July 19, 2021

What are co-workers like at Avas Flowers Florists?

Pros

Supportive training team and technical team

Cons

They do not care about their employees. It is only about sales and crazy sales targets that are hard to meet. They lie to you during the interview that it will be a 2 weeks training, but it is only 1-week training. In the 2nd week, you are supposed to shine and produce results as if you have been working there forever. If a customer hangs up the phone, it is still counted as a lost sale and affects your score. Call transfers to other departments also affect your score even if a customer had just called in to enquire about a delivery. There is no clear drawn schedule for breaks and people end up working the entire shift without breaks. Employees are overworked and they keep on resigning. If you have 2 lost sales in the same hour, you are told to punch out so that that hour is not affected by a potential 3rd lost sale. So you have to wait until you are told to punch in again. This reduces your working hours and yet you cannot leave the laptop because you can be called in any time. Low Pay

Advice to Management

Stop overworking people. You will end up losing even the best employees. That's why there is a high employee turnover. Separate sales calls from delivery and customer service calls.

They do not care about their employees.

July 19, 2021

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September 20, 2021

What is the salary like at Avas Flowers Florists?

Pros

-Good Salary -Great bonuses -Nice enviroment & good co-workers

Cons

They don't conduct business in a good way, lying to customers, creating policies to always have a reason to keep money from them, etc.

Good Salary

September 20, 2021

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