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Currys Overview

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Headquarters Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1937
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year
Competitors Tesco, Argos
Currys and PC World are the market-leading retail brands in multichannel electricals and computing respectively. There are over 500 stores across the UK and Ireland, predominantly in the most popular out-of-town retail parks, but also in some premium high street and shopping ... More

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Sebastian James
32 Ratings
  • Poorly Managed

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    Current Employee - Warehouse Manager in Aberdeen, SD
    Current Employee - Warehouse Manager in Aberdeen, SD
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    I have been working at Currys part-time (More than a year)


    Great co workers and a good enviroment


    Management were a joke, poorly run at best. Root cause was the manager, if a different manager was in charge im sure i would have a very different experience

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    Anonymous Employee in Swansea, Wales (UK)
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Currys (Swansea, Wales (UK)).


    The hiring process was quite straight forward after applying I got a call from the manager to arrange an inshore interview. A majority of their questions are scenario based and directly involved with the job itself rather than things such as a describe yourself. So make sure you know what working in an environment like this is. After the interview I got an email saying I was unsuccessful but a few days later I got a call directly from the manager offering me a job, which was a pleasant surprise. There is a lot of training once you start and a lot of information being thrown at you, and your pay goes up based on you passing tests/quizzes and going to training days. It's also very target driven, always have targets to meet and you get reviewed regularly so underperforming puts a lot of pressure on you which eventually gets to you if you're not a natural saleswoman/man and can't get those add ons but everyone has good and bad weeks

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