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- "Poor management that consist into stress out their staff and no" (in 58 reviews)
- "Long hours and working over the weekend" (in 34 reviews)
- "Really really bad managers that don't know how to manage people." (in 33 reviews)
- "Most os managers there no training on how to communicate and even to show how to work properly for new employees." (in 14 reviews)
- "Toxic culture, it is basically the survival of the fittest there" (in 12 reviews)
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- 3.0Jan 6, 2022Visual MerchandiserFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Company with good structure, Young environment, creative job
Long hours a lot of responsibilities and pressure
- 2.0Oct 23, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
- Paid commission + city weighting - If working 8 hours you get 1 hour unpaid break and 20 min paid break - Don't need any experience to work here - You get appreciated for being good with customer service - If you work well they will quickly give you more hours if needed/desired
- Poor salary for working long hours - Managers expect a lot from you and all employers with extra responsibility (stockroom responsible for example) get burned out, but don't get paid more - Deliveries are often wrong leading to a lot of extra work which you don't get paid for - INCREDIBLY poor working conditions, especially in the stock rooms. Many stores don't even have a proper lunch room. A lot of people get back problems because ALL the stock rooms are too small. Working 9 hours straight with aircondition that's not working properly. They constantly talk about 'Health & Safety' which is hypocrytical - Poor resources and tech equipment that often fails. And very often you won't finish the work you're supposed to do because of it, but you will still be yelled at and get the blame for - Complaints won't be heard (especially not from Sales Assistants) - Spanish people are 'privileged' - they get promoted quickly than anyone else even though they don't know basic things (like folding things properly). - Spanish people speak Spanish with each other in the workplace making everyone else feel excluded (and if you complain about it, they think you're racist) - Employers speak poor English so if you misunderstand any orders they will yell at you. One girl got fired because the manager thought she didn't take the job seriously, when fact is the manager's orders weren't clear - Managers stress you out. If you're not QUICK enough - you WILL be yelled at - Rota is often being changed without you getting a notice about it. Has happened 4 times where I come to work, and they have changed the rota without me knowing, and all they do is apologise - Stockroom responsibles are normally working ALONE, and needs to price and organise thousands of items ALONE - Even if you get promoted, you salary is still very bad. You will have 90% more responsibility but only earn approx. £50-200 more per month than full time sales assistants - Constantly understaffed, so if you call in sick they will make you feel bad about it - In the contract it says you can quit 'immediately' during your probation period (3 months). I wanted to be a nice person, so I gave my notice 2 weeks before. THEN I'm being informed that since I quit after the 15th of the month my salary may be 10 working days late. The contract doesn't state anything about it4
- 5.0Mar 16, 2023Sales AdvisorFormer Employee, less than 1 yearKharkiv
Fast-paced and dynamic environment: Inditex is a highly dynamic and fast-paced environment, which can be exciting for individuals who enjoy working in a challenging and constantly evolving setting. Competitive compensation and benefits: Inditex offers competitive salaries and benefits packages, including health insurance, retirement plans, and employee discounts. Sustainability-focused: Inditex is committed to sustainability and has implemented numerous initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. Employees can be proud to work for a company that prioritizes sustainability and ethical practices.
High workload and fast-paced environment: Inditex is known for its fast-paced environment and high workload. Employees may need to work long hours and manage multiple tasks and responsibilities simultaneously.
- 1.0Oct 14, 2015Part Time Sales AssociateFormer EmployeeCauseway Bay
None. If you consider getting paid and you can get through the interview fairly easily then yeah. They basically want someone with 2 hands and a mind.
1. Long hours and unpaid overtime. Officially we worked 8 hours a day including lunch hour and 30 min break. However during night shifts (2pm - 10pm) we are forced to sign off at 10pm sharp, then continue to work unpaid late into the night. 2. No air con before/after operation hours. Air con was on only when the store was open. Ever imagine suffering from heatstroke at the store while working overtime unpaid? 3. I was assigned with uniform (including shoes) of my size. I stored them in my locker, only to come to work the next day to find out that they were given away to someone else. I was 'reassigned' with something 3 times my size. 4. Shared a locker with someone with serious body odour that stinked all of my belongings.
- 3.0Nov 4, 2015Sales Advisor and CashierFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSandton
Double pay on public holidays Great internal promotions and management takes note of the hardworkers Great store with fashion-forward items
Long hours especially during sale season Small staff discount Money is very little which is expected since it's retail No other cons really mostly pros