Pillow Talk
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Pillow Talk Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Kate Spencer
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
  • Headquarters
    45 Limestone Street, Darr...
  • Link
    Pillow Talk website
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Salary estimated from 286 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 37 reviews and is evolving.



Inventory Manager in Port Macquarie NSW
on 30 January 2023
Very supportive company
I really enjoyed my time at Pillow Talk. The team members were very friendly and the upper management were very supportive. Great incentives and discounts.
Sales Retail Assistant in Brisbane QLD
on 10 January 2023
very busy, physically challenging, great culture
The job has lots of heavy lifting of stock, replenishing stock. The customers are great, helping people decorate the homes is so satisfying. The staff and management are helpful. The pat is good if you do the hours.
Retail Team Leader in Gold Coast QLD
on 28 October 2022
Great Values Driven Company
Really positive team relationships, lovely customers. People who genuinely have given time and effort to my career, to help grow. Good discount and really fab products.
3IC in Morayfield QLD
on 29 September 2022
Not a nice place to work
Used and abused. Your just a number unless you suck up to manager's. Management are no help. It's all about them making there bonuses and they don't care who they step on to get it. The longer you work there the more of a threat you become. Your experience and product knowledge mean nothing
Retail Sale Assistant in Victoria
on 16 July 2022
Terrible upper management
I was lucky to have a few wonderful and supporting coworkers, but other than that, management and the company in general is greedy. They treat their casual just like numbers, outside the management teams, no one in retail/store level will ever get part-time or full time position, they deliberately gave you irregular hours so you can't convert to part-time/full time, so they can get rid of you anytime they want. I don't really think the company has the intention of retaining their sale assistant in the long run. You can work as hard as you want but you won't get the recognition/appreciation in return. Might be suitable to work short term, but not for long term because you can be easily burnt out at the cost of your physical and mental health and manager wouldn't even care less.

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