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About the company

  • CEO
    Robert Greenberg – CEO, Founder
    72%
    approve of Robert Greenberg – CEO, Founder's performance
  • Founded
    1992
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $7bn to $15bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.9K reviews and is evolving.

2.8320174.0020182.4020191.8820202.502021

Reviews

Casual Retail Sales Assistant in Castle Hill NSW
on 10 November 2021
Fun and competitive
A fast-paced work environment, and can be stressful at times; but it's a great team!This is a place where you can expect teamwork and create good friendship.
Retail Assistant in South Australia
on 2 July 2021
Poorly managed and overworked staff
Poorly treated. Have never seen such high turnover of staff. Store saw a new 2ic or manager every 3-4 months and left casuals to run the store and have poor work life balance working 30+ hours a week Burned myself out and never recognised for the amount of work I put in each day when no managers were present in store leaving me to run the day more often than not. All issues were with upper management. Had team members for years but once staff changed, people were dropping like flies. Will always find a way to make you at fault for things and will have to go out of your way to prove yourself right. Constantly buying new shoes to wear as some shoes only last 6 months and then not allowed to wear them on shop floor. Often came home stressed and crying with bad mental state as a casual team member feeling I had too much responsibility to keep the store running but never allowed codes or to do any manager functions and often flagged for it. Not to mention the amount of pressure on staff member to sell socks and add ons, having personal upt meant that it was always cut throat with getting shifts based on your performance. Place made me feel trapped. Job is good for 6m-1y until cracks start showing and casuals are exposed to management that shouldn’t have anything to do with them in store. Staff discounts were ok but not good enough to keep me as a team member - couldn’t even claim it on tax.
Manager in Sydney NSW
on 25 May 2021
Supportive work place with brilliant potential for growth
Working here I felt very supported through every step of my journey in the business. The management were always there to help and guide me through anything and everything. Constant ongoing training and potential for growth and progression. A fantastic team throughout.
Retail Sales Assistant in Rouse Hill NSW
on 10 April 2021
Toxic work culture from management
Area manager and manager allowed for a toxic work culture to form and when complaints were made the environment just became worse. The company doesn’t care for its employees much.
Assistant Manager in Toowoomba QLD
on 30 October 2020
Fast paced, pressure on sales
I worked there as a casual up to an assistant manager, unfortunately there main focus is vibe and culture instead of work ethics and a strong team based environment.

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Nothing serious that they don’t follow off a typed up bit of paper

Shared on 26 January 2019

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