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29% of employees recommend this company to their friends


“A wonderful company at it's core, quality at sore level can vary”

This is a fantastic company to work for, however the stores I have found vary depending on the quality of the staff hired for that particular branch. There is lots of down time available to employees. The colleagues I have met in this company have been very amicable. The staff discount of 30% is really good to use on great products.

The customers who shop at Laura Ashley tend to be very loyal but sometimes can be challenging to deal with. There is a lack of support from the Customer Services team which doesn't help this. The head office branch could do with improvements.

30% staff discount is worth taking note of!

“Ok but top of the tree is too big.”

The people and the stock

Pay and overbearing bully style management. The inexperienced customer services managers.

The customers.

“Horrible company to work for”


Bullying management, hard line top management. Lack of care for welfare of staff.

A company that does not care about its staff. Easy come easy go seems to be their motto. Very high staff turnover


It's a pretty and pleasant environment to work in. 40% discount, however, customers often get better deals in the relentless sales so cancels out the discount.

Careless management. Bullying ignored. Terrible pay for what is expected of you. Undervalued staff! Relentless sales. Unachievable targets. Disappointing.

In sale every week with perhaps a few days in between.

“Learnt about interior design, extremely boring as usually not busy. Quite a lot of pressure.”

Getting good training about homeware - looking at curtains, paints and wallpaper. Talking to customers about preferences and getting a buzz off of unusual characters.

Certain characters in the company. Upper management are pompous and look down upon the people whose behaviour ultimately determines the profits of the company. Extremely quiet usually, apart from holiday periods. Not aloud to talk to other employees due to secret mystery shopper worry. My boss was very strict about this.

The customers. Rich, some pompous but some very interesting and make a boring days work worth it.

“After six years of service on a part time basis, i worked very hard and barely missed days. On leaving they screwed me over with wage “deducting”

Nice team

No recognition for work put in and selling high volumes of product. Dreadful pay with no revew. Etc etc etc

Employment Laws tend to be different in uk vs irl

“Upper Management Unprofessional”

The people in store, the products, the discount

Upper management not letting us know we were in the process of closing down. We found out via a fellow shopkeeper in the centre. The pay was very poor for the work we did as well.

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Laura Ashley is a quintessentially British lifestyle brand founded on a rich design heritage and on the traditional values of quality and originality. We use prints and designs that evoke the English countryside, for the way you live today. Please log on to our website www.lauraashley.com for further details.

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