I worked at Harvey Norman Holdings full-time (More than a year)
Easy going come in get paper work ring up customers and deliver get back to shop and do it again
Only con was on big sale days us the warehouse guys doing the hard work and getting no rewards
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Harvey Norman Holdings in October 2015.
Received a phone call asking me to come in tomorrow (on a Saturday). Interviewer hadn't read cover letter or resume at all. Asked me when I applied then opened my file and printed it. The manager was already in a bad mood. Negative body language while I was leaning forward to try and engage them. I even did background research. They said that they just what someone to smash targets and sell add on services, warranties for every transaction. They said I didn't have transferable skills. They didn't care if I knew about TVs or not as long as I could sell the amount they wanted. At no point during the conversation was customer satisfaction mentioned or a priority. Also mentioned that other Harvey Norman stores are their competitors. Left interview not wanting to work for them and will never buy products from them either. Sales targets are more important than customer experience. Showed signs of micro management.
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