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25% of employees recommend this company to their friends

Reviews:

“Fun products, not so funny working long hours for no extra pay”

Really great staff discount – 50%! Some really fun products Because there's a skeleton staff it's easy to stand out and supervisors who are prepared to put inlong hours and make the effort will get more responsibility and can progress Because numbers in store are really small and there's so much to do, it's easy to bond as a team as we have to help each other out all the time to keep it going

Pay is awful mainly because you have to work longer hours than your contract without getting paid the extra. It doesn't matter how much money the store is making you won't get extra staff to help with the business If you get good staff there is no real incentive for them to stay for any length of time because of the inflexible 4-hour contracts which don't give them enough hours to make it worth their while long term, so you are constantly having to train new people and that doesn't fit into the working week so you have to work extra to do it. Demotivating rule by fear approach - instead of rewarding and praising good stores, ... Pay is awful mainly because you have to work longer hours than your contract without getting paid the extra. It doesn't matter how much money the store is making you won't get extra staff to help with the business If you get good staff there is no real incentive for them to stay for any length of time because of the inflexible 4-hour contracts which don't give them enough hours to make it worth their while long term, so you are constantly having to train new people and that doesn't fit into the working week so you have to work extra to do it. Demotivating rule by fear approach - instead of rewarding and praising good stores, they just humiliate those that are not doing as well. more

Dressing up for store promotions is a laugh!

“Hard work on low pay - can gain lots of experience in retail”

Actual day to day duties are not complicated or difficult I work with some nice people who are all easy to get along with Customers are generally interesting – get all sorts coming in The staff discount is pretty good as well

Worked very hard for little in return Don't get a long enough break in the day to recover – just 30 mins On top of this although the work is not difficult there is just too much to do for the staff levels - sometimes you can be working on your own in the store for ages – you have to do everything from piercing customers ears, serving, deliveries, as well as managing the store itself – it's virtually impossible even when you do your best and run your feet off. Don't like the fact that you are classed (and paid!) as a third keyholder but expected to do the work of an assistant manager. It is just taking advantage. ... Worked very hard for little in return Don't get a long enough break in the day to recover – just 30 mins On top of this although the work is not difficult there is just too much to do for the staff levels - sometimes you can be working on your own in the store for ages – you have to do everything from piercing customers ears, serving, deliveries, as well as managing the store itself – it's virtually impossible even when you do your best and run your feet off. Don't like the fact that you are classed (and paid!) as a third keyholder but expected to do the work of an assistant manager. It is just taking advantage. Also management are not interested in developing the staff and helping them grow. more

Punching holes in peoples' ears!

“good store to work for”

lots of experience learned, for those who are in part time or full time. always the oppurtunity to get promoted if you are willing to learn and good at your job. praise and rewards are always there, seen some reviews dont know what country the work in but the stores ive worked in always praise their staff and help them learn and progress. should be the same for all stores.

average pay.

Fun, different from most retail stores as you have a lot of fun in the store with other staff and get were very customer orientated rather than some stores that just leave you to it.

“Got my ears done she put a 3 year olds earring in my ear and I spent 3 hours in a and e and all I got was a five pound gift card”

The staff

The people don't know what size the earrings were

They kept me waiting for 1 hour

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Marketing Manager
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Assistant Store Manager
JOBSWORTH: £15,723 P.A. ?Manchester, Greater Manchester
Store Manager
JOBSWORTH: £19,728 P.A. ?Broadstairs, Kent
Retail Analyst
JOBSWORTH: £41,075 P.A. ?Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Allocation Analyst
JOBSWORTH: £15,726 P.A. ?Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Digital Marketing Executive
JOBSWORTH: £24,441 P.A. ?Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Real Estate Financial Coordinator
JOBSWORTH: £20,873 P.A. ?Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Assistant Store Manager
JOBSWORTH: £16,568 P.A. ?Guildford, Surrey
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About
Today Claire’s Stores, Inc. is the leading specialty retailer of fashion accessories and jewelry with two distinct brands: Claire’s and ICING. For the past 35 years, Claire’s has continued to understand and connect with customers by providing a fun store environment to shop the right product categories and trends that resonate with the brands’ customer segment. Our goal is to be the fashion authority in offering an eclectic mix of accessories and jewelry targeted to the lifestyles of kids, tweens, teens and young women around the world.