Priceline Australia
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Priceline Australia Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Mr Richard Vincent
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Priceline Australia website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 296 reviews and is evolving.



Sales Assistant in Liverpool NSW
on 18 May 2022
Good Workplace, bad pay
The work environment was good and the staff were lovely however, the management is poor and the pay rate is not up to standard. No weekend rates or public holiday rates.
Pharmacy Assistant in Forest Hill/Carnegie Vic
on 25 May 2022
Priceline Pharmacy Forest Hill
This Job honestly isn’t worth it. At the start they make you feel welcome but after 3 or more weeks they make you feel worthless and like you aren’t competent at your job. the job is fast paced but they give you a million and one jobs to do at once and get mad when it isn’t done. they do not care about family emergency’s or anyone having covid as long as it brings in the $$$. the poor mental health i had when leaving was not worth my time there. i never felt appreciated in the slightest. definitely consider your mental health before joining here. the only pro was the handful of friendships i made here.
Pharmacy Assistant in Forest Hill VIC
on 23 May 2022
Overworked and treated poorly
Very fast paced which is good always lots of things to do except they expect you to do 3 peoples work load and you are yelled at if you don’t finish it. Not allowed to take your breaks if you haven’t finished the job you are mid way through doing even though there’s plenty of staff that could take over or you can finish it after your break. No good for people entering into the pharmacy field you can’t ask questions without being screamed at. Very hard to learn new things as no one wants to help you without being nasty and frustrated with you. They’ll target employees bully them and bully anyone else who is nice to them. Not worth the minimum wage you will be paid.
on 20 May 2022
Productive, fun workplace good management
It was great experience working in Priceline. I have learned a lot a lot about so many things. Makeup,skin care,hair care,vitamins, baby care etc. I got training for so many products. My speaking skills improved. Basically I groomed myself.
Pharmacy Assistant in Melbourne VIC
on 19 May 2022
Fired me with no warning because I ‘asked for help too many times’
I just got fired because I apparently was not progressing enough only because I had to ask a few times how to do something in an area of the store I wasn’t very familiar with yet. I was fired with literally no warning during a ‘work review’, without a concrete excuse just a bunch of petty reasons that were honest mistakes despite never receiving any actual complaints when I was making them. I think they just hired me because they couldn’t find anyone else with more experience at the time and got rid of me as soon as my three month prohibition was up. It was honestly cruel and I’m very shocked, I didn’t expect being treated like that but I guess some people are just like that and will pretend to care just to get something out of you. Anyone else reading this please beware of employers doing this! Its not ok!Also some of the pharmacists were quite cold and condescending and made me feel uncomfortable and judged. The environment definitely felt a bit artificial when it came to staff interactions. I thought I was doing a good job, I enjoyed my interactions with the customers alot and a majority of them were very kind, some of the staff members were easy to get along with and positive to be around but in general I felt very unappreciated by the company (other than those few nice staff members)I just never really felt like they were enthusiastic about me being there other than at the start and only felt that the retail supervisors went out of their way to make me feel supported

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